New Dadiani exhibition brings The Noise back to racing
Collectors will have the chance to own a unique piece of Formula One history when a ground-breaking exhibition opens at the Dadiani gallery in Mayfair.
‘The Noise’ will feature six sculptures crafted from screaming V-8 engines, evoking memories of the heyday of motor racing before they were replaced by today’s quieter turbo-charged engines. Each one is unique as the Ferrari exhausts, made from Inconel alloy, were only used in one race before being replaced.
The centrepiece of the exhibition, opening on July 14, is a gold-plated set from the Sauber driven by Kamui Kobayashi at the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix when he finished fifth in the iconic race. Another is a hand polished set, slightly damaged after Mexican driver Sergio Perez crashed his Sauber at Monaco in the same year. Read more…