2004 Sebastien Bourdais Original Vanderbilt Cup CART Championship Trophy
Very rare, original trophy presented to Newman Haas Racing after Sebastien Bourdais clinched his first of four straight Champ Car World Series Championships.
In 2004 the Frenchman scored 10 podiums in 14 races, including an impressive 7 race victories. Bourdais, racing the Lola B02/00 Ford for Newman Haas Racing, won the title by 28 points over Brazilian teammate Bruno Junqeira.
The Vanderbilt Cup has a long history in American racing, having first being held in 1904. Other famous names to have been awarded this prestigious trophy include Louis Wagner (1906), Tazio Nuvolari (1936), Bernd Rosmeyer (1937), Mark Donohue (1967), Alex Zanardi (1997), Greg Moore (1998) and Paul Tracy (2003).
Do not miss this ultra rare opportunity to add one of these trophies to your collection today.
This item comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity
Please note this trophy is a much smaller scale trophy than the one that was annually presented to the driver.