This official framed Esteban Ocon photograph is part of the official Force India Formula One Team™ collection and incorporates a genuine race-used piece of Ocon's VJM10 Sidepod!
The action photo captures Ocon on the Monte Carlo street circuit at the Formula 1 "Grand Prix De Monaco" 2017.
Professionally framed with a black wood frame and conservation-grade white/black double mount, the A4 photo is accompanied by a hand-carved piece of bodywork from Ocon’s VJM10 Sidepod and an official Force India plaque containing Esteban Ocon's printed, digital signature.
The piece of bodywork measures W 7cm x H 4.5cm. Due to the unique race-used nature of the hand-carved piece of bodywork, each is a one-of-a-kind. The detail on the section of race-used sidepod livery that you receive may look different to the one pictured.
This framed display piece will be delivered ready to hang and complete with a certificate of authenticity.
Frame measures 48cmH x 50cmW x 3cmD
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Will Tyson, F1 Technical Writer @TheWPTformula