Camilo Pardo

2012 Detroit Grand Prix Original Painting

9,000.00
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2012 Detroit Grand Prix Original Painting

9,000.00

Created as the Official Art for the Detroit Grand Prix this original painting by Camilo Pardo features the Detroit artist's signature style and flair for capturing inherent automotive sexiness and the city that does it better than anyone else. 

As the event once again returned to Detroit's scenic Belle Isle Raceway, the Official Grand Prix art print from Camilo Pardo highlights the beautiful Scott Fountain which dozens of Indy Cars circled as they sped through the 2.1 mile track this past June. A 982-acre island in the Detroit River, Belle Isle was home to the Detroit Grand Prix from 1992-2001, utilizing a temporary street circuit that was constructed specifically for the CART races. In 2007, it once again hosted world-class racing with both the open-wheel cars of the IndyCar Series and the sports cars of the American Le Mans Series competing at the event.
 

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Created as the Official Art for the Detroit Grand Prix this original painting by Camilo Pardo features the Detroit artist's signature style and flair for capturing inherent automotive sexiness and the city that does it better than anyone else. 

As the event once again returned to Detroit's scenic Belle Isle Raceway, the Official Grand Prix art print from Camilo Pardo highlights the beautiful Scott Fountain which dozens of Indy Cars circled as they sped through the 2.1 mile track this past June. A 982-acre island in the Detroit River, Belle Isle was home to the Detroit Grand Prix from 1992-2001, utilizing a temporary street circuit that was constructed specifically for the CART races. In 2007, it once again hosted world-class racing with both the open-wheel cars of the IndyCar Series and the sports cars of the American Le Mans Series competing at the event.