Reims International 12 Hours of 1954

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It's arguably one of the most dramatic racing posters of the postwar era. Created by Geo Ham, the pseudonym of Georges Hamel, it served as a promotion for the Reims 12 Hours International in 1954.

The sense of drama is accentuated by Geo Ham's portrayal of the night scene with the powerful headlights of the Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and Ferrari blasting across the track in the dark as a blaze of light from the stands rushes toward him. viewer.



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