Featuring modified Alfa Romeo Monzas, Bugatti T51s, and a couple Maserati 8CMs, the 1933 Monaco Grand Prix was an exciting race from start to finish. Only nine of the eighteen cars finished in one piece, and one of those was disqualified. Achille Varzi took first in his Bugatti T51. The 1933 Grand Prix was the first to feature a starting grid based on qualifying times rather than ballots. This historic race is commemorated in this colorful sign. Printed on a specially coated metal, the vintage style poster art on this retro bar sign is literally embedded in the sign through our proprietary sublimation process. This fun bar sign would make an excellent gift for the car buff in your family, or hang it in your very own Man Cave or auto garage.
- Full color vintage artwork sublimated on high quality metal
- Measures: 17"W x 11"H
- Four predrilled holes for easy hanging