The 1957 Pescara Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race, held on 18 August 1957, at the Pescara Circuit near Pescara in Italy. The 15.99 mi (25.73 km) circuit is the longest to ever hold a world championship race in Formula One. The race was the first and only Formula One World Championship race to take place at the track.
Recounted in the excellent book by Richard Williams, ‘The Last Road Race’ Stirling Moss took advantage of local knowledge and stayed in a hotel away from the town centre and wasn’t kept up all night by the town celebration fireworks, and went on to win the race in searing heat.
This fantastic large (45x35cm) unmounted photo is hand signed by Stirling with COA.