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2006 San Marino Grand Prix Print

2006 San Marino Grand Prix Print

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Imola made it's way onto the world championship calendar through an agreement with the neighboring principality of San Marino, as Monza's hold on the Italian Grand Prix throughout history has always remained tight. The race, which has since been renamed for it's actual home in Emilia-Romagna, was the site of some of the sport's greatest tragedies & iconic races. To pay our tribute to this era of racing at Imola, we've inlayed the track layout in the colors & styling of the Sammarinese flag. 

Our Grand Prix design is inspired by the mid-century aesthetic that dominated the early days of formula racing & has been designed with an eye towards bringing your love of racing into any space. Printed on premium thick, durable, matte paper & available both framed & unframed.

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Product Details & Specs

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil (0.26 mm)
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)

For Framed Prints
• .75″ (1.9 cm) thick Ayous wood frame harvested from renewable forests
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included

Quality Guarantee

We guarantee the quality of our prints, it's that simple. If there appear to be any errors in the quality of your print, please contact us ASAP with pictures so that we can make it right!


Our prints & framed prints ship around the world - just select your country at the bottom of the page to see accurate pricing. Country not listed? Email us and we'll see what we can do! All orders over $100 ship for free.

Framed prints ship in-frame, with hardware to install for hanging. Unframed prints ship rolled in a plastic-free triangular cardboard tube.

We print domestically where possible to ensure your print gets to you quickly & in pristine condition.


- Our lightweight frames are made from sustainably harvested Ayous wood.

- Our unframed prints ship 100% plastic-free!

- Components for North America orders are sourced from Japan and the US, components for European orders sourced from Japan and Latvia.