43. Rare Bugatti found

43. rare Bugatti found


At 1924 French Grand Prix he took an early leaving the rest of the GP elite far behind only to retire near the finish with a broken car. When Fiat closed the race department halfway through 1924 the lure of big prize money saw Bordino back in America again and racing from December through to May 1925, finishing his American adventure with a disappointing 10th place at Indianapolis. In 1927 Fiat returned to racing for the last time at the Grand Prix di Milano and Bordino drove the new car to a stunning victory against the best drivers in the world. Seven months later, on April 15, 1928 Bordino, now driving for Bugatti in a T35C, hit a dog during practice for the Targa Florio. The impact jammed his steering, the car crashed into a river and the greatest driver of his time, was thrown from the car and unconsious or badly injured, he drowned. He was only 40 years old.


Original watercolour of Rare Bugatti found

  • Signed by the Dutch artist Giovanni Casander himself
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  • Size : 28 cm x 21 cm = 11.02″ x 8.27″
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