Derek Warwick race-used 1988 Rear Wing Endplate

Derek Warwick race-used 1988 Rear Wing Endplate

International shipping surcharge (Outside UK) (£): 100.00
In stock


Own this incredible piece of Formula 1® history: the rear wing endplate from the Arrows Megatron A10 F1 car which was broken off during Derek Warwick’s 1988 crash at the Canadian Grand Prix. 

The A10 car competed in the 1987 and 1988 FIA Formula One World Championship™ and was driven by British driver Derek Warwick who in 1988 came eighth in the driver standings.

Featuring Warwick's car number of 17 as well as the Camozzi branding, this rear wing endplate was lost from the car at what is now known as the ‘Wall of Champions’ during a Qualifying session for the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. Luckily, Warwick was able to still compete in the race the next day and crossed the finish line in seventh.

Etched with a spectacular history, this framed piece of memorabilia will standout out in any display.