Below is a clip of Williams explaining the history behind his 1992 painting "Death on the Boards". It involves a 1 1/4 mile banked wooden board oval racetrack, closed since 1924, right in the opulent, plastic heart of Beverly Hills, CA, a Frontenac, a Duesenberg, and a man named Chevrolet.
The man's an OG hot rodder and badass and knows his cars really well - I like the pride he shows in knowing his canvas recreations are accurate to the last nut and bolt.
I'm ordering a copy of the print for my office. Hi-res image good for a desktop background.