Please Note - In order to try and protect the copyright of these paintings they are not necessarily reproduced here in crystal clear quality.
A determined Ayrton Senna (was he ever anything else!) pressing on in the JPS-Lotus
As my tribute to the late David Jeffries, I am showing the original artwork I produced after he set the Isle of Man TT record at 125 m.p.h. in 2000
Sebastien Loeb shows last year's Monte Carlo 'win' was no fluke!
Close-up view of the detail in this painting.
Randy De Puniet, Danny Pedrosa first 250cc Grand Prix of 2004 South Africa - to quote a famous IOM TT race announcer "What a race, what a day ! ". Absolutely brilliant.
Gilles Panizzi on his way to victory - San Remo 2002
Sebastien Loeb winning in Germany 2002.
Citroen Xsara WRC 2002 in the hands of Sebastien Loeb
Richard Burns throws away victory in Finland 2002
Ayrton Senna - Pencil drawing
Justin Wilson - Nordic Racing - Spa 2001. Justin becomes the first Englishman ever to win the F3000 title.
Max Biaggi hotly pursued by Valentino Rossi. Rossi eventually won despite having only having qualified 11th - Donnington July 2001. 20 x 16 Acrylic paper.
Bentley at Le Mans 2001 - pastel. I can't make them any more subtle than this. Scarcely a line in sight.
Ayrton Senna in the pouring rain at the 1989 Belgian Grand Prix. Oil on canvas 36 x 24 inches. This is such a large painting that is has got slightly distorted in the process of getting it onto these pages.
Detail from the above painting.
My artwork of George Formby (aka George Shuttleworth) , riding in the Isle of Man T.T. Races, is now in various forms and consequently needs a page all to himself!. Follow this link for more details on
'Shuttleworth' T-shirts & Prints
Interested in George Formby? Then visit this new web-site that I have created - ukuleleman.com
George Shuttleworth's exploits took place
before the advent of 'MOTOGP' but I feel sure he would still be a
force to be reckoned with if only he was with us today! This link
will bring you up to date with his succcessors.
One of the more illustrious of those who have followed in George's footsteps, Valentino Rossi ('The Doctor') has captured the imagination of present day fans in his own inimitable style and to mark this I have created a number of items, which can be found using the following link.
'The Doctor's' T-shirts & Prints
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