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Ships from: United Kingdom (UK)
Arguably the greatest driver of his generation, Michael Schumacher competed in Formula One® between 1991 and 2006, and again between 2010 and 2012. He raced for Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari and Mercedes, amassing 68 pole positions, 77 fastest laps, and a record 91 race wins, and seven World Drivers’ Championships of which two were with Benetton and five with Ferrari, as depicted in this fabulous print.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
The BMW M1 PROCAR series was devised as a supporting race series at European Formula One® World Championship weekends and which made its debut in the 1979 season, the first title being taken by triple world champion Niki Lauda, and the second, in 1980, was won by three-time Formula One® World Champion Nelson Piquet, as depicted here.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
The Porsche 962 was developed in response to safety concerns regarding the Porsche 956 and proved to be as successful as its predecessor, winning the World Sportscar Championship crown in 1985 and 1986, the IMSA GTP Championship between 1985 and 1988, the Interserie Championship from 1987 to 1992, the ADAC Supercup from 1986 to 1989, the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1986 and 1987 and five victories in the Daytona 24 Hours in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989 and 1991. This particular 962 was driven by German motor racing hero Hans J. Stuck to victory in the 1986 1000KM ADAM Supercup at the Nürburgring Nordschleif, or Green Hell.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
The Porsche 956 was built by Porsche for entry into the World Sportscar Championship in 1982 after the introduction of Group C regulations. Weighing just 800KGs and powered by a 635BHP, 2.65L Flat-6, the 956 secured victory at the 1984 Spa-Francorchamps 1000KM piloted by the great Derek Bell and the late Stefan Bellof.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
The Jaguar XJ12C was entered into the 1976 + 1977 Group 2 class of the European Touring Car Championship by the Ralph Broad-owned team Broadspeed, Broad having acquired the contract from Jaguar to do so a year earlier in 1975. The cars were driven by, amongst others, Derek Bell & Andy Rouse in the 1976 season. Though incredibly fast, gaining a number of pole positions and laps led, this brute’s unreliability meant that it it succeed as it should have.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
Presented in this poster are Gloster Javelin XA632 F(AW).4 research + development aircraft, latterly of 11 Squadron RAF, escorting a Handley-Page Victor nuclear bomber, which is replicated from an original flyer for an RAF airshow at RAF Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, UK, in 1958.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
Developed for 1958, the Lister-Jaguar ‘Knobbly’ integrated the 256BHP 3.4L Inline-Six and four-speed manual transmission from the Jaguar D-Type into an aluminium body designed and formed by Lister. The car was christened with the affectionate nickname ‘Knobbly’ due to the preponderance of bulges emanating from the Lister’s sloping bodywork.$36.75 Limited Edition$36.75 Limited Edition
About Thunderflash Design
United Kingdom (UK)
So named after the ignition process of the internal combustion engine, Thunderflash Design produces high quality automotive and aviation inspired digital prints of history’s most awe-inspiring drivers, cars and aircraft through The Legends Collection and The Wheels + Wings Collection.
Digitally hand-rendered and printed on super high-quality 269gsm litho-realistic paper, our 50cm x 70cm prints take their design inspiration from a variety of historical and cultural sources and are designed to look great on any wall.
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We will endeavour to expedite your order as quickly as we can, but during busier periods this may take between one and two weeks. We will inform you if we foresee or encounter a delay.
ALL ORDERS ARE SHIPPED FROM THE UK AND MUST BE RETURNED TO OUR UK ADDRESS.
If you have purchased your goods online and, within 14 days, are not happy with your Thunderflash Design purchase, simply return the goods to us in the original condition including a copy of the original delivery note and a message stating you wish to make a return;
For all returns you will be required to arrange and pay for the return of the goods to us by registered post. When returning items you are strongly recommended to obtain proof of posting and comprehensive insurance cover against loss, theft and damage. Proof of posting will assist you in tracking any shipment which is reported as lost, damaged, mislaid or otherwise undelivered. If the item is of high value then we recommend insuring the item for this amount. The courier company you choose should be able to provide you with more information. Thunderflash Design cannot be held responsible for any stage of the returns process;
In the case of an exchange of item please include the returned item in perfect condition, a copy of the original delivery note and a message clearly stating which item you wish to exchange it for;
All goods must be returned to us within 14 days of delivery, to receive an exchange or refund (less any postage and packaging);
Any goods returned incomplete e.g. parts missing, damaged or in any way different from the state in which they were dispatched by us will not be replaced or refunded;
Please note that refunds will be made using the same method as the original payment.
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