Automobilist Launch Exclusive Sir Jackie Stewart Motor Racing Memorabilia

Posted on the 13th June 2019

Automobilist, has produced a set of exclusive artwork to celebrate Sir Jackie’s 80th birthday and the 50th anniversary of his 1969 first Formula 1 Champion title win.

A percentage of all sales will go direct to Race Against Dementia.

You can see the full collection along with the announcement of the launch from their website here – we hope you agree that the images are simply stunning!


“The Flying Scot Collection” includes four Design Posters, including one limited edition, and one Fine Art Print. The Design Poster set and Fine Art Print, all done in Automobilist’s signature minimalist and detailed style, highlights the 50th anniversary of Sir Jackie’s 1969 F1 Championship-winning season.

The first Design Poster is an expansion of Automobilist’s Helmet Collection, as it depicts Sir Jackie’s open face Buco Helmet haloed with the iconic Royal Stewart Tartan on top of a Scottish Flag background. Honouring these roots, the second poster “The Flying Scot” pays tribute to Stewart’s legendary nickname, one he earned by ferociously navigating the Nürburgring circuit in his #20 blue Matra MS80.

“The Green Hell” is how the racing legend describes this treacherous track he manoeuvred thrice to victory. This limited edition poster of 500 pieces, featuring a special layer of embossed red foil, pays homage to the infamous German circuit. The fourth poster of the collection, “Monza Victory”, simply immortalizes the race where Sir Jackie secured his first World’s Champion title.


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