- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
- Price Range: £1000-£2500
- Date: 1970
- Size: H 25.5" x W 17.5" X D 1'
Original advertising poster.
TURNER, MICHAEL (B.1934) after
lithograph in colours 1970
printed by J.Ramel, Nice
The 1970 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One race haled at the Cricuit de Monaco on May 10, 1970. It was the third race of the 1970 Formula One season.
There were no significant changes in the drivers’ lineup for Monaco, and the only news was Ronnie Peterson, entering in a non-works March. The Lotus team decided to the old 49 chassis instead of the new 72, despite testing it in a non-championship race at Silverstone a couple of weeks earlier. In qualifying, March swept the front row, with Jackie Stewart on pole (for the Tyrell team) and Chris Amon alongside him. Third was Denny Hulme’s McLaren, and fourth the Brabham of Jack Brabham; behind them was the Ferrari of Jacky Ickx. the first Lotus driver was Jochen Rindt, qualifying in only eight place.