Every year, folks fret over what to give their favorite car crazed person. The Racerhead Gift Guide 2021 starts here with some prime choices.
You’ll need to put aside some time to browse the motorsport art by Robin Thompson. There are many galleries of art prints and race photos.
Since the Corvette debuted in 1953, it’s been a fixture at race tracks. Corvette racing art by Roger Warrick shows that history superbly well.
UOP Shadow raced in several series’ in its short life with little success. But what an impression they made! A selection Shadow collectibles are available.
You’ve probably seen many of the following Porsche racing posters which were seen at Porsche dealerships and on the garage walls of Porsche collectors.
Art teachers preach about “negative space”. That’s the space behind and around a subject and it’s a tool used in the motorsport art by Cale Funderburk.
The motorsport art by Simon Ward is reminiscent of that of Michael Turner’s. Realistic with a touch of style, Ward also delves into the contemporary on occasion.
The cutaway motorsport art by Shin Yoshikawa looks back to an earlier advertising age for inspiration. In the late 1960s and early 70s, Shell Oil commissioned a few cutaway drawings of racing cars, including a Ferrari 330 P4 and Chaparral 2F.
Take a trip through the motorsport art by Steve Petrosky and you quickly realize he loves American racing. IMSA seems to be a particular love of his.
Many racing fans will know motorsport art by Rob Ijbema from his Car-A-Day blog. Ijbema painted a different racing scene every day for a year.