Available in three sizes, the signature piece in the Jackie Stewart collection from Automobilist is entitled ‘The Scot’s Italian Job’ and depicts the Flying Scot crossing the line at Monza to claim the 1969 Driver’s and Manufacturer’s titles. As Stewart took the chequered flag, Jochen Rindt, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Bruce McLaren were all mere inches behind him, making for the closest one-two-three-four finish in Formula 1 history.
As with all of Automobilist’s artwork, the historic scene has been painstakingly recreated using a blend of three-dimensional modelling and digital photography and gives the viewer a never-before-seen perspective.
‘The Scot’s Italian Job’ is joined by three retro design posters, including one featuring Stewart’s signature tartan-striped crash helmet and another of his Matra mid-air after cresting a jump at the Green Hell. A part of all the proceeds will be donated to Jackie Stewart’s charity Race Against Dementia, which he founded after his wife Helen was diagnosed with the disease in 2014.