Limited edition of the life-size Ayrton Senna bronze sculpture body dynamic of Eau Rouge, Spa Belgium.
This piece is number 12/161 – 1/5th scale, measuring 35cm long, and placed on an Integral black plinth which includes a numbered plaque.
Why number 12?
The sight of Ayrton Senna’s distinctive yellow helmet in the cockpit of the no1 Mclaren during 1989,1991 and 1992 is of course incredibly familiar. However, in our eye’s, Senna’s F1 career was defined by the no.12.
He spent all three of his seasons with Lotus – 1985-1987 – wearing No.12, taking four wins in the Renault-powered JPS cars and two in the Honda-motivated Camel machine. And then he ran with No.12 in his first season with McLaren aboard the lowline MP4/4, taking eight wins and the first of his three titles. Legend firmly established.
Authorised by the Instituto Ayrton Senna, this incredible sculpture is constructed from solid resin, weighing 2kg and 35cm in length. It is limited to 161 pieces representing Ayrton’s race start tally. It comes with a numbered plaque shown in the images above and a Paul Oz bespoke presentation box.