This drawing is made with a combination of Graphite pencils and Coloured pencils on A4 sized paper.
Jonathan Rea is a World Super Bike Championship competitor with a Northern Ireland/British origin.
The Brit is most known for his team loyalty, having driven nothing else but Honda throughout all his British Superbike, World Supersport and World Superbike years. His efforts to stick with a singular manufacturer have not been unrewarded: Runner-up in the British Superbike Champsionship in 2007. Runner-up in the World Supersport Championship, a fourth best championship finish in the 2010th World Superbike Championship and, not to forget, the title of Irish Motorcycle Racer of the Year 2007, 2008 and 2011.
In recent times, Rea is seen as one of the few drivers to master the Honda CBR1000RR, picking up a couple of race wins every season since his debut for Ten Kate Honda Racing in 2009. Race wins like his magnificent double victories on Assen during the Dutch Grand Prix of 2010 and his home race wins on Donington Park 2011 and on Silverstone 2013.
One race later of the latter race win, he crashed and broke his femur bone in Race 1 of Germany, ending his 2013 season pre-maturely as cause of a lack of yellow flags at a crash-site.
Currently sitting in rehabilitation, the many fans of the Brit eagerly anticipate on his return in 2014 for his seventh season at Ten Kate Racing.
Got some better tools to work with. Pretty pleased with the result.
I've never been a man who understood the "passion" around Ferrari. Most of their cars are ugly. This one is a big exception though.
The '72 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione, or better known under its unofficial name, the Daytona.
This beautiful racer was set up for the 24 Heures du Mans, racing in the GT class. It wasn't in only for the looks. It won the 24 hours endurance race in 1971, 1972, 1973 and not to forget: a class victory in the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1979.
Maybe an interesting fact to know. None of these cars were ever raced by the official Scuderia Ferrari. They were run by privateer teams. The most famous one being the NART (North American Racing Team).