Very rare original movie poster for the Fangio 'Una Vita a 300 All'Ora' documentary film released in 1981.
The poster depicts Fangio drifting the Lancia-Ferrari D50 in front of an F1 car of the then modern era. The movie was banned in a number of countries as both the Director & Producer refused to bow to the censor's demands to remove some of the more horrific accident footage, include the Le Mans race of 1955.
The 5 times World Grand Prix Champion is considered by many to be the Godfather of modern motor-racing. Juan Manuel Fangio was born in Argentina in 1911, but didn't start his Grand Prix career until 1948, before going on to win the championship in 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956 & 1957 and then retiring in 1958, having won 24 of the 52 Grand Prix races he entered - to this day the highest winning percentage of any driver.
Poster measures: 65cm wide x 33cm tall x 2cm deep (incl frame)