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Motor racing memorabilia including signed items,Comprising: a SASOL Jordan Yamaha poster, double signed by the team drivers, Stefano Modena and Mauricio Gugehlmin, 1992, and a Koss racing poster, signed by Tommy Byrne and Peter Gethin-signed 1971 Italian Grand Prix report and Yardley B.R.M. press pack, his ink signature on the page preceding a profusely illustrated 10-page 1971 race report and circuit review within the Marlboro Grand Prix Guide, 1972 Edition Kreuzer, Zurich, soft cover 264 pages, the press pack for the launch of the P160 car, dated Wednesday 17 February 1971, the notes entitled: 21 Years On - B.R.M. In 1971, The B.R.M. Formula 1 Car, V12 Engines and Type 161 Gearbox, Yardley Team Drivers: Pedro Rodriguez, Jo Siffert, Howden Ganley, John Miles, Background to Yardley And Motor Sport, Yardley's Grand Prix Exploitation Plans For 1971, B.R.M. Theme For Yardley Motoring Safety Contest, with eight b&w photographs, three of the P160 Formula 1 car, one of each driver and one of 'The Yardley Hot Pants Girls', all held in a Yardley Team B.R.M. folder, with a Rubery Owen Director's business card; Jody Scheckter signed 1977 Christmas card, Wolf Formula 1 and McLaren memorabilia, the Christmas card bearing his ink signature and the personal dedication 'To Sailor, thank you for all your help this year', a 1977 Wolf Racing Team card signed 'pp Walter', a 3½ by 5in. colour photo of him in the 1977 Wolf F1 car, plus a photocopied three-page 1978 Autocar article mentioning 'Sailor', plus a Corgi Mettoy model of the Yardley McLaren M19A in which he made his 1972 end-of-season F1 debut, in its original box; and Stefan Bellof and Derek Bell signed 1984 Silverstone 1000 Kms programme, the two Porsche team driver signatures in ballpoint pen upon the race results page of the large format, 52-page official publication, including inserts of a twice-folded John Bartlett-Steve Kempton Lola T610 Goodmans Sound sponsor poster and similar sticker, plus some race admission tickets 1971 was a tragically turbulent year for Yardley Team B.R.M. Peter Gethin joined them following the death of Pedro Rodriguez that summer and then won his second race for them, the Italian GP, by the closest ever F1 winning margin of 0.010 seconds, a race that with his winning speed of 150.755mph is still the second fastest F1 race ever run. Jo Siffert was later killed in the last race of the season at Brands Hatch. Signed at the Peter Gethin Performance Driving School at Goodwood during the 1990s. Canadian businessman Walter Wolf purchased Frank Williams' F1 team at the end of 1976 and with his financial support the team was able to sign Jody Scheckter from Tyrrell as its driver. Surprisingly they won the first Grand Prix of 1977 and two further victories ensured second place in the World Drivers Championship. Jody Scheckter eventually became World Champion with Ferrari in 1979. Although Bellof and Bell won this event the previous year, they only finished 10th in 1984, yet Bellof still went on to become World Endurance Champion. That year the German also moved into Formula 1, but his career was then cut tragically short when he died in a huge accident during the 1985 Spa 1000 Kms.
Sporting Memorabilia
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Irthlingborough Road
Wellingborough
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Sporting Memorabilia

Football, Olympic Games, Golf, Boxing, Cricket, Motor Sport, Horse Racing, Rugby, Tennis and other popular sports.

Auction dates
Sep 07, 2021 10:00 AM BST
Lots: 1 to 548
Sep 08, 2021 10:00 AM BST
Lots: 549 to 1050
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SESSION ONE 

Tuesday 7th September

Starting at 10am

Lots 1 to 5        Mixed Sports

Lot 6 to 37        Cricket

Lot 38               Croquet

Lot 39 to 40      Darts

Lot 41               Equestrian

Lot 42 to 75      Horse Racing

Lot 76 to 120     Motor Sports

Lot 121 to 124   Rowing

Lot 125 to 137   Rugby

Lot 138             Snooker

Lot 139 to 183   Golf

Lot 184 to 239   Tennis & Racquet Sports

Lot 240 to 262   Boxing

Lot 263 to 292   Olympics

 

SESSION TWO 

Tuesday 7th September

Starting at 2pm 

Lots 293 to 548 Football Part 1

 

SESSION THREE 

Wednesday 8th September

Starting at 10am

Lots 549 to 804 Football Part 2

 

SESSION FOUR 

Wednesday 8th September

Starting at 2pm

Lots 805 to 1050 Football Part 3

 

Pre-Sale Viewing:

We are offering pre-sale viewing of lots at our Wellingborough premises. This is strictly by a pre-arranged timed appointment to be requested by email. Staff and visitors are required to wear masks. The last opportunity to view lots at our premises is Monday 6th September.

Condition Reports

Any requests for condition reports or additional photographs must be received by email by Friday 3rd September.