|LIMITED EDITION 30 prints ONLY
|May 18th, 1980
There is no desire to disrespect such a major motorsport brand as Ferrari, but it must be admitted that these glossy aluminum alloy, associated with this very short and fine nose more like a lever arm than a snout Of Formula One, push to the comparison with a shovel.
Gilles Villeneuve could have needed it, if there had not been the loopholes, to free himself of the starting pileup caused by Daly and his Tyrrell.
Looking closer at this front wing, one might think that a shock twisted it ... but no!
The Canadian magician can only take 5th place in the 1980 Grand Prix de Monaco after attacking like a madman, but his tires did not resist his enthusiasm.