Stirling Moss navigates the long straights and sweeping corners of the “Temple of Speed” in his Vanwall VW5 – Monza 7th September 1958.
Masterfully using colour to create depth, Keith’s passion for accurately capturing light to depict the speed and movement, clearly shines through in this vibrant new piece.
1958 would be a landmark year for British Racing. The Vanwall team had a clear objective – to build the finest British Grand Prix race team and to challenge the hegemony of the infamous red cars of Ferrari.
Despite winning 4 races that season, Moss missed the World Championship title by only 1-point behind Ferrari’s Mike Hawthorn – however Vanwall would win the first ever World Constructors’ Championship, forever changing Britain’s Formula One reputation as a nation to be reckoned with!