Fine Art Original Painting - 39.37" x 27.55"
1970 BRUMOS PORSCHE 911S
Original Painting by Lance Grootboom
This 1970 Porsche 911S, chassis #911 030 1263, was the 1972 IMSA Camel GT Championship car. Hurley Haywood won the Camel GT Championship and a $5,000 bonus with a full season's effort that carried him to all 10 GT races in 1972, but it wasn't until the last lap of the last race that he was able to secure his crown.
Hurley Haywood first raced in IMSA in 1971, while still enlisted in the Army. He co-drove with Peter Gregg that year in a Porsche 914/6, capturing the first IMSA GT Championship title. After his Army discharge, in late 1971, Haywood moved to Jacksonville near the Brumos shop where a 2.5 liter 911S was being prepared for the 1972 season.
The tangerine #59 Brumos Porsche 911S competed in all 10 Camel GT races of 1972, and for the second year in a row, Haywood was IMSA's top driver. Although he generally co-drove with Gregg, Haywood drove solo in shorter events as Peter competed in the CAN-AM series. The championship came down to the final lap of the final race with Haywood securing the win.
When you purchase a Lance Artworx Original Fine Art Painting, you are investing in a unique,100% hand-painted piece, done with the highest quality Acrylic Paint
on 100% premium cotton Canvas.
This 1970 Brumos Porsche 911s Original Painting was done in my Unique Abstract Realism Style on 39.37" x 27.55" Canvas.
The Painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and will be shipped to the buyer un-framed, in a solid heavy duty postal tube for 100% safety.
This is a 1 of 1, which makes it a highly collectible. No prints/copies were made of this piece. There is, and will only be one of these available worldwide, and that’s the one right here. Do not miss out on this unique piece of art - Never to be re-created - A must have for any Porsche Art Collector / Porsche Motorsport Enthusiast.