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The Lotus 22

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All designs are hand painted. The use of monochromatic colours and simple graphic representation give it the signature look for which the artist is known. Important to keep in mind is that all images are hand painted and no two paintings are alike in color. They are all delivered in a round post pack protected with acid free paper. At this stage, framed paintings can only be delivered within Singapore.

The Lotus 22

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The Lotus 22

150.00

Singapore Grand Prix Main Event 1966

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first singapore grand prix 9-11 april 1966
main event winner - lee han seng, singapore - lotus 22

This 60 lap race was an exciting one with Greg Cusack out in front for most the race and Albert Poon and Lee Han Seng hot on his trail. At Lap 17, Cusack was well in front by 2 minutes, but a lengthy refuelling stop brought him back to the pack and gave Poon the lead with Lee Han Seng in third. By Lap 38, Cusack had zoomed his way back to second place just ahead of Lee Han Seng, but just as he was heading into Devil’s Bend, the car spun out into the embarkment putting Cusack out of the race.

As luck would have it for Lee Han Seng, Poon bowed out with engine failure on the same lap. This left Lee Han Seng to speed across the finish line to the chequered flag, setting a new course record of 2 hours and 29 minutes 41.8 secs in his Lotus 22. Victory to Lee Han Seng!! His first major trophy in 5 years of racing. “I had burned the midnight oil working on my Lotus 22 for the past fortnight, and the toil paid dividends.”

 

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