Rennsport Collective Art

We have approached three huge talents and asked them to create some art that we want on our own walls. Each piece is printed on 60cm x 40cm finest quality Hahnemühle paper. The Fine Art paper is used by artists for Limited Edition prints and exhibitions; the 100% cotton Hahnemühle ‘Photo Rag’ paper is 308g/m² with a fine, soft surface. The prints are output professionally using Epsom UltraChrome Pro pigments with six colours and three shades of black. Each print will also be numbered and supplied with a Renn holographic sticker to prove authenticity.

BLAU Porsche 956

Courtesy Of Speed artwork featuring the first Customer 956 Chassis – 959-101, run by Kremer Racing, driven by the Andretti’s and came third at Le Mans. Pretty cool car; very cool piece for your wall.

GELB Porsche 911 S/T

Courtesy Of Speed piece focusing on the hippy Porsche 911 S/T driven by Gerard Larrousse in the Tour de France Auto. As the lightest Factory built 911, it’s deserving of being one of our featured cars at Renn20.

GRÜN Porsche 935

This modern track-only car pays homage to the brutal 935 Turbo’d cars that Porsche made in the late 1970’s. This actual version looks very special in a Grün Jägermeister livery – Courtesy Of Speed have done an amazing job with this piece.

ROT Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0

What a fabulous car and what a great livery – the Henninger RSR has been given the Courtesy Of Speed touch and will make for a great artwork in any study. Have a look on our Instagram page to see why it was called Casper!

Porsche 991.2 GT2 RS MR

Okay, so the model of this car is a bit of a mouthful, but just look at it. What a special car and one we know will be a hit at the event. This GT2 RS has been developed by Manthey Racing and immortalised by Road Race Rally for this set of artworks.

Porsche 993 GT

The Porsche 993 GT2 Clubsport was very rare – just twenty were made. But when you think there’s only believed to be seven of these race-cars-for-the-road left, you will understand why we wanted Road Race Rally to create its own artwork.

Porsche 959

Did you have a poster of the F40 or 959 on your wall as a kid? Well now you can relive those youthful years with a new 959 on your wall. Except now, you can tell your wife ‘it’s art’, so it’s okay!

Porsche Carrera GT

Before the 918 Spyder, there was the Carrera GT. Sure it was the car that Porsche built to compete with the Ferrari Enzo, but this car has true pedigree. Road Race Rally have created a fabulous piece under its model number – 980.

Porsche 918 Spyder

Any Porsche 918 Spyder is rare, but to see one in Guards Red with the Weissach Package is incredibly rare. The car will be coming over to the event from Austria and we think it makes a stunning piece of art too.

Porsche 935

Joe Coade of Road Race Rally has confessed this is probably his favourite of the set. Now you can own artworks by two different artists of the same car! We couldn’t think of a more deserving car to get this double treatment.

Designed for the Rennsport Collective, Joe Coade of Road Race Rallyillustrative style shows some of the beautiful cars within the Collective.

Porsche 935 V1

The king of the crazy 935 turbo’d cars was ‘Moby Dick’ and that is the car that Porsche used as design inspiration for the new turbo’d Porsche racer, also labelled as the 935. We too have put them face-to-face for these artworks.

Designed for the Rennsport Collective, Joe Coade of Road Race Rallyillustrative style shows some of the beautiful cars within the Collective.

Porsche 935 V2

The king of the crazy 935 turbo’d cars was ‘Moby Dick’ and that is the car that Porsche used as design inspiration for the new turbo’d Porsche racer, also labelled as the 935. We too have put them face-to-face for these artworks.

Monte Carlo Rally Number 1

Tom Wheatley piece which is part of the set of three featuring the very first 911 race car. This Porsche 901 has been digitally recreated to a period scene from the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally on the Col di Turini.

Monte Carlo Rally Number 2

Second Tom Wheatley piece which forms part of the set featuring the very first 911 race car. Sliding down the Col di Turini in 1964 on its way to a Class win!

Monte Carlo Rally Number 3

Third Tom Wheatley piece on the very first 911 race car. The actual car photographs were taken by Tom at Renn19, the rest is his imagination and retouching skills to create this ‘period’ art.