Mario’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit –
now open at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum.
“Mario’s ’69 Winner”, Son of Indy’s 36″x48″ Acrylic on Alumium original is displayed as part of the IMS Museum’s Mario Andretti exhibit.
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- “Mario’s ’69 Winner”
- “Mario’s ’69 Winner – B&W”
- “McLaren’s Return I”
- “Donohue 1972”
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- The Legend of the First Super Speedway
- Mario & The Painting
- It’s May!
- McLaren Returns
- Mario’s 1969 Indy 500 Win
April 8th, 2019, McLaren unveiled it’s Dallara Indycar entry for Fernando Alonso’s second try at winning the Indianapolis 500. The historic race is one that the 2x F1 World Champion has called “one of three race events comprising the Triple Crown of motorsports.”
Fernando has already accomplished two of the three having won the 24 Hours at LeMans, and Formula One’s Monaco race. Should he win the fabled 500, he will be the only driver to have successfully won the Triple Crown of motorports.
“McLaren Returns I” was composed with the livery designed used during Ferando’s preparation/test run at Texas Motor Speedway. When McLaren’s Chevy-powered Dallara Indycar showed up for the practice sessions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway the design had been changed slightly, though the iconic papaya orange remains as the identity of the car, similar to the F1 design.
“McLaren Returns II” is on the easel now.
“McLaren Returns I” Son of Indy Products
[quote]“No attack – no chance!”[/quote]
Takuma Sato (佐藤 琢磨 Satō Takuma, born 28 January 1977) is a Japanese professional racing driver. He competed in Formula One from 2002 to 2008 for the Jordan, BAR and Super Aguri teams, scoring a single podium at the 2004 United States Grand Prix. Sato has raced full-time in the IndyCar Series since 2010 for the KV, Rahal, Foyt, and Andretti teams. Sato won the 2013 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, becoming the first Japanese driver to win an IndyCar race. He is also the first Asian driver to win the Indianapolis 500, having won the 2017 event. (from Wikipedia)
“Sato Attack”, is a 36″ x 48” Son of Indy Artworks acrylic on canvas original, inspired by Takuma’s inspiring win at the 101st Indianapolis 500, May 28, 2017.
Takuma rejoined Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for the 2018 Indycar season , with Andretti Autosport switching to Chevy engines. Related articles: Autoweek Indycar – September 20, 2017 USA Today Sports – August 31, 2017
In addition to the original, reproductions (vivid canvas giclées, spectacular dye-infused aluminum & art paper) are available. Celebrate Takuma’s Indy 500 everyday with your own “Sato Attack”
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Always knew Takuma had the skill and determination. But who knew one year after delivering this painting, Takuma would be next year’s Indy 500 Winner?