|Alain Menu (born August 9, 1963 in Geneva) is a Swiss racing driver. He was one of the most successful touring car drivers of the 1990s, winning the prestigious British Touring Car Championship twice (the only driver during the series' 1992-2000 "golden age" to do so). He currently races for Chevrolet in the World Touring Car Championship.
In 1993 Menu began a six-year association with Renault in the BTCC, who had just entered the series with the Renault 19. In 1994 the Renault 19 was replaced by the Renault Laguna, which proved to be a much better package all-round. Menu was championship runner-up for 3 years in succession, between 1994 and 1996. He finally took the crown in a dominant car in 1997, taking 12 wins.
This is a print taken from a very high quality and detailed artists drawing by the talented Yorkshire artist Nik Curry.
The colour print reproduces the great texture produced by the colour pencils Nik uses for all his drawings.