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Born in 1899 in Monaco, Louis Chiron was one of the great pre-war pilots. He raced for the most prestigious brands. Originally from Monaco, he won the Principality Grand Prix in 1931. From 1926 to 1932, he scored eighteen victories with Bugatti. He is the most successful driver of this period. The Monegasque will continue his Grand Prix career until the age of 56. His track record, which includes 14 Grands Prix, makes him one of the great figures in motorsport. He died in Monaco on June 22, 1979, aged almost 80.

  • Design: Michel VERRANDO
  • Printing process: Heliogravure
  • Size of the pair: 83 x 31 mm horizontal
  • Quantity of issue: 40 000 pairs
  • Sheet of 4 pairs with illuminations

Part First part
Year 2024
Design Michel VERRANDO
Printing process Heliogravure
Issue date 11 March 2024
Size of the pair 83 x 31 mm horizontal
Quantity of issue 40 000 pairs
Note Sheet of 4 pairs of stamps with illuminations