This is a collection of photographs I shot, mainly through 1950-1956 and then again in 1964, covering the period when the first nine Formula 1 World Champions - Farina, Fangio, Ascari, Hawthorn, Brabham, Phil and Graham Hill, Clark and Surtees - were making Grand Prix history during the transition from front-engined to rear-engined cars. The action took me to Goodwood, Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Crystal Place and Le Mans. The collection is a personal view of these times and which I stored away for more than 50 years while my career developed in other directions before making prints available for collectors and enthusiasts via this website.
Buying a print is so easy
I have three standard sizes, A4, A3 and A3+, but I am more than happy to meet any special requests for larger sizes. Please contact me for details. The "Catalogue" shows just a selection of the photographs available, which I shall be adding to periodically. Since starting the website, I have produced a book which, if you have a copy, can be used as an extension to the catalogue. Most of the photographs in that are also available as prints. (See "Wheelspin & Smoking Tyres".) To order one of these, please contact me with details of the page number, size of print wanted, etc.
I welcome further enquiries by email of telephone (see "Contact Me" and "How to Order") and you may find the list of meetings helpful (see "Events Covered") in searching for particular cars and drivers not already listed.