2003 Kevin Harvick Brickyard 400 Victory NASCAR Ron Burton Original Artwork
This truly amazing original artwork by renowned Indianapolis motorsports artist Ron Burton shows a scene from the 10th running of the Brickyard 400 in 2003. This immense work measures 5 x 4 ft (152 x 121 cm) and depicts eventual race winner Kevin Harvick #29 fending off Childress Racing teammate Robby Gordon’s #31 in a challenge for the lead, as both cars cross the iconic ‘yard of bricks’ at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ron composed the image to give the perspective of looking down from the starter’s flag stand that overhangs the famous 2.5-mile track. This stunning artwork’s medium is in acrylic paint on stretched canvas and would be a certain conversation starter hanging in any collection
The race saw pole-sitter Kevin Harvick, driving the GM Goodwrench-sponsored Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, pass closest rival Jamie McMurray for the lead on lap 145. Just after this took place, a crash would bring out the final caution of the race. On the restart, with just 10 of the 160 laps remaining, Harvick sped away as teammate Robby Gordon backed the rest of the field up and made it difficult for other cars to make a challenge for the lead. Harvick held on to take the chequered flag becoming the first Brickyard 400 pole winner to go on to win the race.
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The artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.