Mini Cooper S Works Rally

Mini Cooper S Works Rally

“The most significant stronghold of this car was, and always remained, rally racing. The works Mini’s tuned by John Cooper, in their red livery, were becoming increasingly competitive with more power. Starting in 1962 the Mini Cooper, and later, the Mini Cooper S brought home a number of international victories, scoring the first win in the Tulip Rally with Pat Moss, the sister of Stirling Moss, at the wheel. According to some sources, the Mini Cooper brought home no less than 153 racing wins in 1962 alone.”

– BMW Group

Museum-quality archival Giclée print with the following specification:

AU$58 = CA$55, €36, NZ$62, £32, US$40

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