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Exclusive: Daniel Ricciardo’s Signed Painting and Rare F1 Memorabilia Up for Auction at Goldin’s Elite Event

In a remarkable development for Formula One aficionados, Goldin’s January Elite Auction is offering a signed and framed painting of Daniel Ricciardo and other exclusive F1 memorabilia. The collection, headlined by Bruce Sulzburg’s artwork, is a treasure trove for collectors and fans alike.

Key Takeaways:

The world of Formula One memorabilia is witnessing a significant moment with Goldin’s January Elite Auction. The auction, spearheaded by the extraordinary signed and framed painting of Daniel Ricciardo by the acclaimed artist Bruce Sulzburg, is a haven for enthusiasts and collectors. Sulzburg’s “Thunderstruck” is a remarkable 35.5 x 27 inches 3D acrylic painting, bringing to life the intensity and thrill of Ricciardo’s career in a vivid portrayal.

Besides Sulzburg’s masterpiece, the auction is replete with other notable memorabilia. Max Verstappen’s 2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Sapphire Edition Padparadscha Refractor Rookie Card, a highly desirable item especially after Verstappen’s stellar performance in the 2023 season, is a key highlight. Additionally, Lewis Hamilton’s framed McLaren Formula 1 race suit from his 2008 championship season, along with his 2007 rookie season Arai race helmet, add to the allure of the auction.

Ken Goldin, CEO of Goldin, in his exclusive comment to Lydia Mee for Sports Illustrated, underlined the allure of Ricciardo’s painting: “Ricciardo is a legend on the race track and this incredible piece of art is one that every collector will want to get their hands on. This one-of-a-kind collectible is a reflection of Ricciardo’s determination to get back on the grid better than ever this upcoming F1 season with AlphaTauri. Fans and collectors might have the chance to own a piece of racing history and I know I will be keeping a close eye on him.”

Goldin’s reputation in the collectibles market is well-established, with over $1.5 billion in sales, and a track record of authenticity and trust. The company’s partnerships with notable institutions like the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, and the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum further cement its status in the world of collectibles.

The January Elite Auction, open for bids until January 27, presents a unique opportunity for Formula One enthusiasts and collectors to own a piece of the sport’s rich history. This event not only celebrates the legacy of drivers like Ricciardo and Hamilton but also offers a glimpse into the vibrant culture and passion that define Formula One.

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