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538 Michael Schumacher Scuderia Ferrari signed shirt, His marker pen signature beneath his embroidered name, above the Ferrari escutcheon across the back, also marked with a Sepang International Circuit ink address stamp, Vodafone and Shell logos, plus tobacco branding, a short-sleeve sports shirt, buttoned box-pleat breast pockets, Cavallino label £300 - 350


537 1969-1971 Formula One Constructors Association communiqués sent to Rob Walker, approximately fifty separate FOCA items distributed internally to members between February 1969 and November 1971, comprising meeting minutes, agreements, memoranda, technical reports, CSI/FIA updates, overseas race promoter and trade correspondence, all as sent by secretary Andrew Ferguson, including an original signed letter of welcome, plus membership invoice and statement, the remainder mostly fax machine copies, some on duplicate paper, some items in poor condition, but all text and hand-written margin notes still legible; together with a 1960s Rob Walker plexi-glass and aluminium ROB 2 vehicle registration plate, as displayed on his Mercedes-Benz 300SLR, plus a party invitation from the Walkers to business partners the Durlachers (qty.)


Rob Walker’s team was involved in Formula One for over 20 years and took nine Grand Prix victories, including the last ever by a private entrant when Jo Siffert won at Brands Hatch in 1968. He became a FOCA member at the start of 1970, after Andrew Ferguson became its full-time secretary with the aim of strengthening its negotiations with race promoters and having its voice heard by the FIA in Paris on matters such as safety aspects, prize monies and logistical matters. After nine years as competitions manager at Team Lotus, Ferguson would remain in this new position until FICA (F1 Constructors that is!) was formed in 1974 and the Ecclestone-Mosley era began in earnest. It was around this time that Rob Walker decided to retire as an F1 entrant. £150 - 250


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The following three lots are sold on behalf of The Blair Project - supporting Rising Stars in Motorsports:


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539 Formula 1 ‘rhomboid’ design and other conceptual drawings by Enrique Scalabroni, an original ‘rhomboid’ design project drawing, ink over pencil, the preliminary impression titled FORMULA 1, signed and dated ‘93, plus a photocopy of a later re- working of the concept titled ROMBOIDAL ELECTRIC-RACING CAR 2013, signed with copyright mark, both on A4 paper; together with an original conceptual styling drawing of a motorcycle ‘trike’ combination for the Japanese motorcycle industry, ink and pencil, signed and dated 96, plus a photocopy of another for a road car design on Tokyo Hilton Guest Stationary, titled CITY CAR “ARMADILLO”, signed and dated 95, both on A3 paper (4)


After successfully pioneering the semi-automatic gearbox design of the 1980s Williams F1 cars, Enrique Scalabroni became technical director for the race-winning 1989-90 F1 Ferraris, before joining the Lotus team, where he came up with another audacious project: a Formula 1 car with its four wheels positioned as a cross, rhomboid style. Still working as a design engineering consultant today, he recently resurrected the concept, now powered by three 100HP electric motors, one with engine to run an electric generator. £200 - 300


540 Two Formula 1 design concepts and another racing car drawing by Enrique Scalabroni, an F1 racing car external design concept, original impression, ink over pencil, signed and dated 1997, plus a photocopy of another, amended in felt-tip pen and titled F1-1995, 8-2-94, OPTION 8 (A), signed and dated 94, also an original concept drawing of a Formula Nissan single-seater radial radiator cooling bodywork design, ink over pencil, front elevation and isometric views, signed and dated 24-9-94, all three on A4 paper (3) £150 - 250


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