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Jacket Jo Siffert black vest - men

Jacket Jo Siffert for men

Colour: black

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Jacket Jo Siffert black vest - men

Jacket Jo Siffert black vest - men

Jacket Jo Siffert for men

Colour: black

100% Cotton

 

Jacket Jo Siffert Targa Florio 1970 for men.

Vest with a Vintage Racing spirit.

White stripe along the sleeves.

Jo Siffert Signature on the chest.

Patches embroidered and  vintage inscriptions on sleeves, back and chest..

Colour: black. 

100% Cotton.

 

Under the affectionate nickname of Jo Siffert, or Seppi, Joseph Siffert (1936-1971) embodied a form of perseverance and success in the world of motor racing. Born into a modest family from the Basse-Ville of Fribourg - his father was a mechanic - Jo Siffert begins to compete first on motorbike. In 1959, he is Swiss champion in 350 cm3 category. The following year he joins motorsport while continuing to work. He rides a used car sales company, allowing it to finance, even with difficulty, his passion for cars.

Jo Siffert has devoted much of his career in endurance, signing numerous victories including the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1968 and 1000 km of Nürburgring in 1968 and 1969. He also took the start of 96 Grands Prix Formula 1 world championship between 1962 and 1971. Jo Siffert is one of three Swiss pilots with Clay Regazzoni and Emmanuel de Graffenried to have a Formula 1 victory.

On the 24th of October 1971, he kills himself in his car during a Formula 1 race fought out championship on the Brands Hatch circuit.