Produced using a digital picture technique, each print is included in a limited collection of 100 pieces and each portrait is numbered.
These beautiful prints are reproductions of authentic images dedicated to Maserati’s great history.
In 1929 the V4 appeared, with a 16-cylinder engine, making its debut at the Italian Grand Prix and setting the world Class C speed record over 10 km at 246.069 km/h in Cremona, with Baconin Borzacchini.
The print reproduces the V4 driven by Borzacchini which, in 1930, won Maserati’s first outright Grand Prix victory in Tripoli (Africa) against the toughest European competition.
On its rear side, each picture has the certificate of authenticity that guarantees the uniqueness of the work and each print is also personally hand signed by Mr. Ermanno Cozza, Maserati’s famous historian and member of the Tridente family for over half a century.
The print measures 35 x 50 centimeters / 13.78 x 19.68 inches.