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|Prints issue||LIMITED EDITION 50 prints ONLY|
|Shooting date||August 3rd, 1969|
The picture is misleading. Indeed, even though the Cosworth Lotus 49B from Graham Hill seems to fly here on one of the bumps of the famous Nurburgring circuit (the real one, the 22,835 km), the defending world champion had some difficulties to settle his single-seater, and will end "only" 4th.
It is Jacky Ickx who will win his second victory here, averaging slightly less than 175 km/h.
Graham Hill's highly recognizable helmet, the sun illuminating spectators on the wooden balustrades, a magnificent car, displaying the first cigarette sponsor in the history of F1 on its flanks, it takes no more to take us on the track edges and hear the car going by ...