EMERSON FITTIPALDI | 1972 | Cotton t-shirt


Emerson Fittipaldi Brazilian driver, nicknamed “O rato” for his characteristic teeth. In 1970 in Formula 1, two months after his debut he already won his first Grand Prix, defending the leadership of the championship on behalf of Jochen Rindt who died the month before in Monza. In 1972 with the Lotus John Player Special he was the first Brazilian in the world championship when he was not even 26 years old: he won the Monza Gran Prix, despite the fact that he was not sure he would see the finish line due to a tank failure.

The following year he feels the pressure of Ronnie Peterson, in Monza to keep contact in the championship fight he expects a favor that Colin Chapman instead does not authorize. He loses the title to Jackie Stewart and goes to McLaren. Where he won the second Formula 1 World Championship in 1974. In his career he won 14 Grands Prix.

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“Emerson Fittipaldi 1972” T-shirt is a round neck and short sleeve shirt in 100% Ring Spun Organic Cotton with print on the front.

Color: Ivory
Weight: 160 gr.

S: Width 48cm – Length 67.5cm
M: Width 51 cm – Length 70 cm
L: Width 54 cm – Length 72.5 cm
XL: Width 57 cm – Length 75 cm
XXL: Width 60 cm – Length 77.5 cm

XXXL: Width 63 cm – Length 79 cm

"A good driver knows how to balance courage and fear. I believe I was put on this earth to drive racing cars."

Emerson Fittipaldi
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