Corsa Automobilista Abruzzo (Pescara) - Coppa Acerbo - 1924
Size : 70 x 50 cm.
Reproducion with permission. Limited : 09/100 Pcs. - Made from the orginal negative. Do not copy is not on your print.
The Coppa Acerbo was an automobile race held in Italy, named after Tito Acerbo, the brother of Giacomo Acerbo, a prominent fascist politician. Following Italy's defeat in World War II, and the consequent demise of fascism, the race was renamed the Circuito di Pescara, and in some years was also referred to as the Pescara Grand Prix (Gran Premio di Pescara). The race was run between 1924 and 1961 and over the years was held to a variety of vehicle class regulations and durations. In 1957 the Pescara Grand Prix formed a round of the Formula One World Championship, a race which still holds the record as having the longest circuit length ever used for a Championship event.
- Type of Object
- Decorative object
- No. of items
- Model/ Title
- Corsa Automobilista Abruzzo - First Coppa Acerbo
- Heavy Paper - Fine Art Print
- 70×50×0 cm
- Year (youngest object)