Unique & Limited proves brain is better than brawn

Unique & Limited’s latest collection of prints depicts Elizabeth Junek – arguably ‘the greatest female driver in motorsport history’ – at the wheel of her yellow Bugatti Type 35B during the 1928 Targa Florio, a race in which she finished fifth, ahead of a certain Tazio Nuvolari…

Brains are better than brawn

We can’t say we were surprised at the overwhelming response Unique & Limited’s prints received when we first featured them on Classic Driver. Designed with a blend of real photography and skilful computer-generated images, they bring significant motorsport moments to life in a way we've never seen before. The latest collection transports us back to the early days of motorsport, more specifically the 1928 Targa Florio, where Czechoslovakian female racer Elizabeth Junek defied her male competitors by finishing fifth in her Bugatti Type 35B – beating 25 of the best male drivers, despite suffering engine issues late in the race. You can see this print, as well as the other collections, for yourself at the London Classic Car Show this weekend, where Unique & Limited will be exhibiting.

Photos: Unique & Limited

You can find more information about Unique & Limited’s collections or purchase a print at its website.