For three seasons (1987–1989), the Sauber Mercedes C9, a Group C prototype racing vehicle, competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the World Sportscar Championship. By winning the Le Mans 24 Hour race, the drivers' and teams' WSC championships, and both, the Sauber C9 enjoyed its greatest success in 1989. After the 300 SL in 1952, it was the second and final Mercedes to triumph at Le Mans.
It measures 50 x 70 cm and comes without a frame. The poster is printed on high quality 175g/m2 paper.
This poster is an official collaboration that celebrates the centenary of the 24H of Le Mans.