Dick Johnson and John Bowe dominated the 1989 Bathurst 1000, winning the race by leading all 161 laps - one of only two entries to ever achieve such a feat.
The DJR Sierras were considered the fastest in the world and this print beautifully portrays that dominance, depicted masterfully by Australian artist Greg McNeill.
This limited edition print of 250 is signed by Dick Johnson and John Bowe.
Printed and custom framed in Australia, the print is surrounded by a beautiful red mat board, housed inside a black wooden frame. The frame is glazed with light-weight 94% UV Protective optical-grade perspex.
The print has a light-weight backing board, dry mounted to an acid-free adhesive foam core which offers the best possible protection to the print and the flattest finish.
Print Size: 42.0 x 29.7 cm, Frame Size: 46.0 x 34.2 cm.
About Greg McNeill
Greg McNeill is hailed as Australia's best contemporary motor racing artist. He began his career in the mid-1980s and specialises in sport and mechanical illustration.
His vibrant works depict all forms of motorsport past and present; his paintings are sought after by enthusiasts and collectors all over the world.
This artwork was commission by Dick Johnson and Ryan Story in 2012.