Show cars of F1 greats Ayrton Senna, Damon Hill, David Coulthard and Mika Häkkinen feature in a Masters of Monaco auction taking place now on - the official F1 memorabilia destination, operated under licence by The Memento Group (TMG), the UK-based sports licensing, retail and memorabilia business.

The Masters of Monaco auction is running in the build up to this weekend’s 2022 Monaco Grand Prix and will close on 31st May, a couple of days after the prestigious race. The featured cars include:

An artistic show car celebrating the career and legacy of three-time World Champion, Ayrton Senna, is expected to achieve in excess of £190,000. The car, made from a fibreglass chassis and using the McLaren MCL35 as inspiration, features 'graffiti’ style art representing three teams Senna raced for in F1.

A Williams FW17, recreating the cars driven by Damon Hill and David Coulthard with an estimated value of £150,000. Decorated in Hill livery, this iconic show car celebrates the strong 1995 season that Hill and the team had - both finishing second in the Drivers’ and Constructors' World Championships.

A McLaren MP4-12 show car, decorated in David Coulthard MP4-13 liveries, allowing the owner to celebrate both the 1997 and 1998 F1 seasons (the 1998 season was a Championship-winning year for McLaren and Mika Häkkinen) could reach £170,000. This car can be customised to feature Mika Häkkinen’s Championship-winning 1998 liveries upon request.

Finally, The Memento Group recently announced the launch of the very first 2022 show car to be available to market. The Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN C42 is a world first - the first time a show car from a current season has been made available to the public - and is expected to hit in excess of £200,000.

All show cars will end on the F1 Authentics auction on 31st May 2022, with bids accepted up until its close.

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