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There is no bigger pressure than that of Scuderia Ferrari winning at Monza, home of the Tifosi and one of the most important Grands Prix of the year. And in 2003 the team did not disappoint. Michael Schumacher won the Italian Grand Prix from pole, earning Ferrari a double podium with Rubens Barrichello in third place.
Screen printed on the back of this polo from the Giorgio Piola Official Collection are three detailed illustrations of the car that bestowed upon Michael Schumacher his sixth World title: the F2003-GA. Ferrari's championship-winning car was introduced at the 2003 Spanish Grand Prix, earning podiums in ten out of twelve races over the course of the remainder of the season.
It is one of many iconic race cars that Formula 1 technical journalist Giorgio Piola would sketch over the course of his 40+ year career. The three drawings include a profile, top and front view of the car, and are especially vibrant on this black polo as the red color contrasts beautifully with the black cotton background. Additionally, an outline of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza is featured on both the front and back of the polo.
This polo is a Limited Edition model from the Giorgio Piola Official Collection.
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Outline of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza on the front and back