Eddie Hall Rolls Bentley


Original acrylic painting – unframed
595mm x 430mm / 23½ x 17 inches.

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Eddie Hall Rolls Bentley at the Ards TT

Eddie Hall’s Rolls Bentley descends Bradshaw’s Brae in the 1936 Ards TT, completing the whole race without refueling. Hall was one of only two drivers who competed in all of the Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy races at the Ards circuit between 1928 and 1936, the other being Earl Howe. He finished second, for the third year in a row, coming in just one minute behind the winning Dixon / Dodson Riley.
Click on the painting to see a larger view and you might just see a bi-plane flying out of the left side of the painting – trailing an advertising banner with the slogan “Girling Brakes World’s Best” courtesy of Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus!

An original acrylic painting, measuring 23½ x 17 inches.
All yours for £860.00 – including complimentary delivery.


© Debra Wenlock retains all reproduction rights & copyright.