1996 Derek Warwick Race Worn Courage Competition Le Mans Suit
Race-used Stand 21 suit worn by British driver Derek Warwick at the Le Mans 24 Hour event in 1996. Warwick, who spent eleven years in Formula One, was recruited to drive a C36-Porsche for the Courage Compétition Racing Team, along with co-drivers Mario Andretti and Jan Lammers. The team finished third in the LMP1 class.
The mainly white suit has a half & half blue and black belt, collar and cuffs. It has many patches sewn on the suit, including a large patch of the team’s main sponsors Texaco-Havoline on the front midriff and the Courage Compétition team patches on the right chest, neck and back. This is a great suit to add to your Sportscar or Le Mans collection.
The suit comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.