Lorenzo Bandini

Lorenzo Bandini

LORENZO BANDINI d1967. Italian F1 driver with the Scuderio Sud and Ferrari teams active 1961-67. 42GP's / 8 podiums / 1 pole and 1 win at the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix. He also won the 1967 Daytona 24 hours and Monza 100k with Chris Amon. On 7th May 1967, he was racing at the Monaco Grand Prix (running second to Denny Hulme). On the 82nd lap, he lost control of his car at the harbour chicane. The car hit straw bales which lined the harbour side, rupturing the fuel tank and sparks ignited the fuel as the car rolled over with him trapped beneath it. Marshals flipped the car upright and managed to pull him out from the flaming Ferrari. He sustained third degree burns and ten chest fractures in the accident. Three days after, he died of his injuries aged 31 at the Princess Grace Polyclinic Hospital in Monte Carlo 

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Lorenzo Bandini & Stirling Moss Autographs

Reference Number. 14363F


A rare original vintage 1960s autograph book page, signed in pencil by both Lorenzo Bandini and Stirling Moss

REVERSE of the page signed in pencil by British F1 drivers Trevor Taylor d2010 and Jackie Lewis 

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