1967 24 Hours of Daytona by John Ketchell


After losing in 1966 at Daytona, Sebring and Le Mans to the Fords, the Ferrari P series prototypes staged a one-two-three side-by-side parade finish at the banked finish line in 1967.

The car upfront (#23) is the Ferrari 330 P3/4 driven by the Italian Lorenzo Bandini and the New Zealander Chris Amon. The second car (#24) is the Ferrari 330 P4 driven by the British Mike Parkes and the Italian Ludovico Scarfiotti. The third car (#26) is the Ferrari 412 P driven by the Mexican Pedro Rodriguez and the Frenchman Jean Guichet.

Among the several Formula 1 championships, this has to be one of the most notable Ferrari wins in motorsport history.


John Ketchell is internationally renowned as a motorsport artist. Ketchell has been commissioned to produce work by many leading companies and private individuals. His impressionist style allows him to really portray the feeling of speed and movement in his spectacular paintings. “I’ll paint anything that moves” he explains “I’ve done speedboats, aircraft and horses in a polo-themed series, but cars are my first love.”


  • Giclée print on Hahnemühle 100% cotton rag paper
  • Limited to 75 signed and numbered pieces
  • Each print is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • Overall size Standard Edition: 33 x 29 cm (13 x 11.4 inch)
  • Overall size Premium Edition: 52 x 45 cm (20.5 x 17.7 inch)
  • Please note that the print is not framed