New Finds

New Finds

Newly acquired images - period obscurities to recently taken photographs. We’re always on the look out!

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PORSCHE BEAUTY - Herrman and Siffert finished fifth overall, second in class to team mates Rindt and Mitter at the 1000 km race in Monza.
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WILLY MAIRESSE - Rounding the Karussell, Mairesse in the distinctive 'Sharknose' had a race ending accident during the 1961 German GP.
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KARUSSELL - Rounding the mighty Karussell, World Champion elect Phil Hill finished on the bottom step of the podium.
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300 SLR - A super photograph of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR being unloaded at the Nurburgring. This was a famous 1-2-3 for the marque.
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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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FRANCOIS CEVERT - French heart throb Cevert powers his Tyrrell 006 through the swimming pool complex at Monaco in 1973.
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TECNO, TECNO! - Kiwi Chris Amon peddles the Tecno PA123B of the Martini Racing Team during the 1973 Monaco GP.
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PETER REVSON - A really 'cool' photograph of Peter Revson at the British Grand Prix in 1972. He was the heir to the Revlon cosmetics company.
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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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'BIG JOHN' - A quite brilliant perspective of 'Il Grande John' at Monaco in 1966. Mesmerising.
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DENNY HULME - Kiwi Hulme rounds Druids during the 1970 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch. Note the person watching from the tree!
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MARANELLO CONCESSIONAIRES - The gorgeous Ferrari 412 P of Attwood & Courage had a fuel pump failure at the 1967 24 Hours.
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MIRAGE - Another great pit shot this time featuring the Mirage M1 of Ickx and Muir. It failed to trouble the lap timers!
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STREAMLINED STRIPES - An unusual view of the winning Ford Mk 1V. Le Mans 1967 is where Champagne was first sprayed by the victors.
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FORD LINE-UP - The winning Ford as entered by Shelby American Inc and driven by Americans Gurney and Foyt at the 1967 24 Hours.
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BARDAHL MODEL - Bardahl is a brand of petroleum oil additives, lubricants and gasoline additives for motor vehicles, hailing out of Seattle.
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TEAM BRM - 'Mr Monaco', Hill leads team mate Stewart, but it was the canny Scot that took the victors spoils at Monaco in 1966.
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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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VICTORIOUS SCUDERIA - A lovely image of the winning Ferrari 375 Plus at the 1954 Vingt Quatre Heures du Mans.
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PORSCHE AT LE MANS - A lovely early morning shot featuring three Porsche 550 Spyder's, as entered by Porsche KG.
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ECURIE ECOSSE - Flockhart leaves his starting number block to jump in to his Ecurie Ecosse entered Tojeiro-Jaguar at Le Mans in 1959.
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JIM CLARK - Clark won the London Trophy at Crystal Palace in 1965 driving the Ron Harris entered Lotus 35.
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ACKNOWLEDGING THE APPLAUSE - Clark, with team entrant Ron Harris behind, gratefully accepts the applause from the crowd at Crystal Palace.
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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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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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JAGUAR D-TYPE LINE-UP - The winning D-type of Hawthorn and Bueb, before the start of the ill-fated Le Mans of 1955.
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PORSCHE 718 RSK - A great looking car with two reliable drivers, but sadly Maglioli and Herrmann failed to complete the 1959 Le Mans 24 Hours.
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BIANCHI BROTHERS - Mauro and Lucien won the Internationales ADAC 500 km Rennen at the Nurburgring in 1965.
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MOSS AND MASERATI - Stirling finished second in his beloved 250F to 'The Maestro' Fangio in the 1956 German GP.
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CUNNINGHAM BRUTE - The Chrysler powered Cunningham, entered by Briggs Cunningham, finished tenth overall at the 1953 Le Mans.
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FRAZER-NASH- FN was a brand of British sports car manufactured from 1922 first by Frazer Nash Limited founded by engineer Archibald Frazer-Nash.
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STIRLING MOSS - Moss and co-driver, Peter Walker, finished a creditable second overall at Le Mans in 1953, in their beautiful C-type.
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ASTON MARTIN - A super image of the Aston Martins 'works' entered DB3S charging through the 'Esses' at Le Mans in 1953.
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ROLT AND HAMILTON - Initially disqualified and then re-instated on race morning, Rolt and Hamilton won the first Le Mans to use disc brakes.
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FORD 1-2-3 - Ford clean swept the Podium at Le Mans in 1966, but sadly not for Hill and Muir who retired early.
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TEAM DRIVERS - From left, Peter Collins, Roy Salvadori, Reg Parnell, Dennis Poore and Stirling Moss
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DUNDROD - Rolt awaits the drop of the flag, whilst Stirling Moss (next in line) looks all the more up for it!
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SPRINTERS! Rolt makes a decent attempt at a sprint, but nothing compared to the 'hare' Moss.
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RENOWNED FOR HIS STARTS - Moss is already underway at the start of the 1953 Tourist Trophy at Dundrod, before anyone else.
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RACE WINNING ASTON MARTIN - Collins powers away from the start of the Tourist Trophy at Dundrod in 1953.
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BARKING INSTRUCTIONS - Team Manager John Wyer barks his orders through a megaphone, before Griffith accelerates out of the pits.
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ASTON MARTIN DB3 - A curvaceous DB3 is fettled and re-fuelled during the Tourist Trophy of 1953, held in Northern Ireland.
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PIT STOP ACTION - Griffith sits in the car whilst Peter Collins crouches on the pit counter. They won comfortably.
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TOTAL CONCENTRATION - Moss wields the beautiful D-type through the country lanes in Dundrod, Northern Ireland.
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GRAND PRIX DE PARIS - A Maserati corners in dappled light around the suburb streets of Paris during the 1951 Bois de Boulogne.
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TRINTIGNANT AND HERRMANN - Maurice sits in the 718 RS 60, whilst Hans stands to the side. In the background is Jo Bonnier.