Post by youtubefiend on Apr 22, 2012 19:54:25 GMT 1
A post-war legend in the USA. Australia and New Zealand - the legendary American ace and world champion Bob 'Two Gun' Tattersall. Can anyone give more details on what this printout typifies and in what year it was composed?
A good interesting link....but for....I went into portfolio and 14 drawings came up, then continued with the loading message for at least five minutes but nothing else appeared there. The site however indicated that it was still loading so I assumed there were more on site. Or am I wrong? I will see though that what I did view was excellent and I was wondering who everyone was from left to right as they are not all midget car drivers. Thanks for bring this site to attention.
Last Edit: Apr 22, 2012 22:37:28 GMT 1 by kiwikid34
Who is the driver following on from Mel Kenyon? And a further comment - what a pity that British midget car tradition does not have artistic work like this for its legendary drivers. They are superb works.
Last Edit: Apr 24, 2012 0:25:07 GMT 1 by tobyhalter
Post by bobjeffreson on Apr 24, 2012 18:38:36 GMT 1
Toby, That would be Bryan Cunneen. Bryan was a local Sydney driver, who was part of that famous Match Race with Sherman Cleveland at the Sydney Showground. It's been up before....but why not....never get sick of watching this. I was there this night to witness this race in person...amazing.
youtube fiend, this is a limited edition print of 100 only. by John Barrett of Port McQuarrie, in Oz. i got my copy off him in 2006 not long after they came out (2005). each copy is numbered & signed by John when you buy it. He keeps a record in a book, & tho i was around about the 10th person to get one, my number is 75/100 in honour of my vintage midget.
Post by haflinger121 on May 25, 2012 12:59:26 GMT 1
Bob Jeffreson: Finally got around to watching your YouTube link and just wanted to say a big THANK YOU for putting that on here - what a race! My heart was in my mouth all the way through and I envy you being there in person. Looking at it a second time, I have to say it wouldn't have taken much of an error on anybody's part at the finish for the track to have been looking for a new flagman....