Jackie Stewart leads the way during the 1973 Monaco GP in the iconic Tyrrell 006, followed by his close friend and teammate François Cevert. Stewart went on to win by 1.5 seconds from Emerson Fittipaldi; Cevert finished 4th after suffering a puncture on lap two. This was Stewart’s 25th career win, matching the achievement of his friend and compatriot, Jim Clark. As the season unfolded, Stewart claimed his third and final World Championship having enjoyed victory five times that season.
Mixed media artist Jonathan (Joff) Carter has gained recognition among peers and collectors for bringing his unconventional, illustrative style to the motorsport genre, together with a strong narrative feel. His portraits of the legendary Formula One racing drivers are especially sought after.
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