F1

Formula One

The art of speed. Motion and blur. Pantones colour and mono. Glamour and glitz. From Ascari to Zanardi, ATS to Williams.

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TOTAL CONCENTRATION - Fangio turns in to La Source in 1955, having started second, he won from teammate Moss on his way to the World Championship that year.
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MCLAREN 1-2 AT IMOLA - Senna beat Berger by a small margin at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in 1991.
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DEEP IN THOUGHT - McLaren ponders the British Grand Prix of 1964. He needn't have worried as he only lasted seven of the eighty laps completed by the winner, Jim Clark.
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YELLOW PERIL - Another great close-up of German Frentzen, who finished third in the Championship for Jordan.
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'HIS BEST F1 DRIVE' - Stirling held off the mighty Ferrari 156 'Sharknose' cars of Ginther, Hill and von Trips for 100 laps of the twisty street circuit of Monte Carlo in 1961. Classic.
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LIFTING FRONT WHEEL - A great photograph of World Champion Fittipaldi exiting the Casino Square during the 1973 Monaco Grand Prix.
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A CLASSIC HAT-TRICK - Ascari stormed to Pole, set Fastest Lap and took Victory at Silverstone in 1953 on his way to his second World Championship.
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NURBURGRING - Ickx completes a grand slam with Pole, Fastest Lap and Victory on the daunting 14 mile Nordschleife in 1972.
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OVERSTEERING AROUND THE PRINCIPALITY - Hulme came in a lap ahead of 'Mr Monaco' Graham Hill during the 1967 Grand Prix de Monaco on his way to the F1 World Championship.
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OSTERREICHRING - With the giant Mercedes-Benz star as a back drop, Senna powers his Lotus 97T through the turns at the 1985 Austrian Grand Prix, where he finished second.
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PRECISION PERFECTION - Clark hustles the Lotus 33 around the twisty streets of the Principality.
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CIRCUIT NATIONAL DE FRANCORCHAMPS - Senna started fifth and finished one better, having 'chopped' Schumacher on the run down to Eau Rouge, with the German putting two wheels on the grass at over 100mph.
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FRANK WILLIAMS RACING CARS - Courage picked up a couple of points for fifth at the British GP of '69.
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CIRCUIT NATIONAL DE FRANCORCHAMPS - Patrese qualified on the third row of the grid for the 1983 Belgian Grand Prix in the gorgeous BT52, designed by Gordon Murray.
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SUCH A THRILLING PERSPECTIVE - Unfortunately it was taken at what turned out to be Bandini's last race. Tragic.
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'MR MONACO' - Graham Hill won the 1968 Monaco Grand Prix, beating fellow Brit, Richard Attwood, by just over two seconds.
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ON THE WAY TO HIS FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP - Emerson exits Druids on his way to victory at Brands Hatch in 1972.
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CLOSE, BUT NO CIGAR! - Lauda finished less than a second behind Jody Scheckter in his Wolf at the 1977 Monaco Grand Prix.
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A FORMIDABLE LINE-UP - Ireland, Moss and Salvadori is how they started and finished.
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CLASSIC BLACK AND GOLD LIVERY - Mansell looked good at Monaco in 1983, but was eliminated in a crash on the first lap.
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NOSEY PHOTOGRAPHER - Professional lens man, Geoff Goddard, gets up close to the Lotus 49B of Graham Hill.
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DETROIT - The street circuit of Detroit, Michigan provides an super backdrop to the turbocharged Ferrari 156/85 of Alboreto, who started and finished third.
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JUST OUT OF THE POINTS - Cevert finished just out of the points in seventh at the British Grand Prix held at Brands Hatch in July 1970.
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POLE POSITION FOR HOME RACE - Senna lead from Pole, but finished a lowly eleventh, two laps down.
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SURVEYING THE GRID AHEAD - Behra looks to the front of the grid with Gonzalez (12), Ascari (14) and Fangio (2) ahead of him.
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A GREAT IMAGE - Jerry Sloniger took this super image of Clark at Zandvoort in 1962.
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'THE PROFESSOR' - Prost didn't finish the last race of the season in Australia around the streets of Adelaide.
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OVERSTEERING IN WET CONDITIONS - The rear wing looks as though it's about to break on Hill's Lotus 49B. Wings were outlawed later that year.
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WAILING V12 - Better known for his four victories at Le Mans, than his F1 career, which included a solitary Podium for Pescarolo.
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CLASSIC MONACO - Clark powers the '33' past the Tribune and obligatory straw bales, whilst taking pole position.
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RUNNER-UP - Mansell, in the beautiful Ferrari 640, finished second at the 1989 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
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SCHUMI - Pole position and so nearly his first Ferrari World Championship, but he would have to wait another year.
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MORPHINE ADDICTION - Varzi was a troubled man and died in a horrific accident in Bern. His legacy was that the FIA mandated the wearing of crash helmets.
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GEARBOX WOES - Mansell retired from the 1989 Monaco Grand Prix with gearbox issues in the beautiful Ferrari 640.
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QUALIFIED THIRD - Siffert missed Pole by a tenth of a second, but finished two laps down in ninth.
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GOLD CUP VICTORY - Surtees hugs the inner line during one of the 1970 International Gold Cup races - he won on aggregate.
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THIRD AND FOURTH - Clark started from Pole, but following engine issues finished fourth behind team mate Arundell.
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DOMINANT VICTORY - Stewart won the 1971 British Grand Prix by over thirty seconds, from Ronnie Peterson.
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GAS TURBINE POWER - The Lotus 56B was a similar shape to the Lotus 72, but featured a gas turbine engine - it was uncompetitive due to the large full tanks.
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JIM CLARK - A great study of Jim Clark rounding a hairpin bend in his Lotus 33 during the 1966 Monaco GP.
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CLASSIC WEDGE - Rindt won in the Gold Leaf Team Lotus sponsored 72C at the 1970 R. A. C. British Grand Prix.
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LAUDA LEADS AWAY FROM POLE - He went on to win, whilst co front row driver Scheckter finished a lowly ninth.
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EXITING DRUIDS - 'Regga' powers out of Druids in the beautiful scarlet Ferrari 312B during the 1970 British Grand Prix.
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CONTRASTING COLOURS - Senna started from Pole, but finished behind fellow Brazilian Piquet during the 1986 Brazilian GP.
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NUTS AND BOLTS - Discarded Matra MS80 wheel nuts on the concrete apron during qualification for BRDC International Trophy.
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HIGH AIR BOX - Taken from the outside of Druids by Kerry Dunlop, Regazzoni in the 312B3 finished just off the Podium in the 1974 British GP.
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IRIDIUM VISOR - A super close-up of Barrichello, snapped by ace photographer Bryn Williams.
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HEUER SPONSORSHIP - Swiss superstar Siffert was sponsored by Swiss watch maker Heuer in the 70's. There were six March 701's in the race.
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DARTH VADER - de Angelis looks like something out of Star Wars with his Simpson 'Bandit' helmet during the 1981 Spanish Grand Prix.
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CLASSIC COKE BOTTLE SHAPE - The BRM P153 was a beautiful looking car, with iconic 'Yardley' livery. Oliver qualified on the second row.
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FLAT OUT OVERSTEER - How close is that! Courage literally brushes the wall at Silverstone during the 1969 British Grand Prix, with Graham Hill in hot pursuit.
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NOT CLASSIFIED - Eighteenth and last, but not classified due to finishing ten laps behind race winner Beltoise.
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CLARK AT HIS BRILLIANT BEST - Clark set fastest lap and won around the sandy dune course at Zandvoort on the northern Dutch coast.
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BROKEN WING - Courage harried Rindt at the 1969 British Grand Prix, where the Austrian finished fourth and the Englishman fifth.
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RAINBOW COLOURS - Nannini finished sixth in Brazil at the start of the 1989 season, a position he replicated in the Championship.
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TOTAL CONCENTRATION - 'Seppi' had previously won the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, but retired with suspension failure in the 1970 race.
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FIRST GRAND PRIX - Emerson made his debut in 1970 at Brands Hatch and two year's later he was Formula One World Champion.
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PODIUM FOR THE ARGENTINIAN - Reutemann finished third, behind race winner Scheckter and runner-up Lauda during the 1977 race.
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RAIN MEISTER! - 'Schumi' won around the Principality in 1997 in a wet and gloomy street fight.
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WORKS DRIVERS - Bandini and Surtees round the Station Hairpin during the 1965 Grand Prix de Monaco, which spelt the end for Surtees at Ferrari.
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SMOKING! - Hulme wheel spins away from the Brands Hatch start line at the start of the 1970 British Grand Prix. He finished third.
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SENNA AT HIS BRILLIANT BEST - One of the great F1 races, Senna controlled the 1992 Monaco Grand Prix, with Mansell unable to find a way past.
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CIRCUIT NATIONAL DE FRANCORCHAMPS - Having started from the pit lane 'MotorSport' described Berger's move on Blundell as 'loutish behaviour', taking both of them off in the process.
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DISCONSOLATE LOOK - Hawthorn looks weary having failed to finish the Formula Libre race in Buenos Aires in 1958.
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HUGGING THE INSIDE LINE - Rindt won the 1970 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch on his way to a posthumous Formula One World Championship.
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KARUSSELL MAGIC - Surtees takes to the inside lower apron of the Caracciola Karussell during the 1965 German Grand Prix.
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'JO BO' - Joakim Bonnier in his Rob Walker entered Brabham BT7 leads Graham Hill at the British GP held at Silverstone in 1965.
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THE STACKPIPE - Hill didn't win at Monaco, but did win three GP in 1962, taking his first World Championship that same year.
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KICKING UP CEMENT DUST - Stewart slightly misjudges a corner at Monaco in 1965, on his way to the bottom step of the Podium.
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BLACK AND GOLD PERFECTION - Senna sweeps in to Druids and finished second to home hero Mansell.
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THE 'HOLDING AREA' BEFORE THE START OF AN IMPORTANT HILLCLIMB - A small crowd assemble around a pretty Maserati 4CL.