Schneider Trophy Winner Supermarine S.6B - framed print by Michael Turner
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The stunning Supermarine S.6B captured as it gets airborne. Developed to race at the Schneider Trophy, it won in 1931 achieving 340.08 mph (547.19 km/h). It's design greatly contributed to the development of the iconic Spitfire, Britain's most successful plane of World War II.
This is a print by famed motoring artist Michael Turner who has been painting motor racing subjects since the 1950s and is one of today's best known and highly regarded motorsport artists. It is presented in a matching blue frame that suits it perfectly. Ready to hang on your wall.