Most of the photographs are for sale as high quality prints: click/tap the shopping cart icon in the top right corner of the page to buy a print.
Images are compressed to speed download times, so you may occasionally see compression artefacts on screen: these will not appear on prints, which always have much more detail than you see here.
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Some of my images are also on sale at Alamy.
I photographed and filmed (often as a Medical Officer) at these meetings half a century ago (no lives were lost). These pages are a record of my visits, mostly Formula One but including the 1965 Oulton Park Tourist Trophy, the 1969 Targa Florio and the 1970 BOAC 1,000km.
Doctors with cameras were invisible then, and I even did some grid-walks at the British Grand Prix.
Monaco was the only place the public could get really close to the action: you could even find good spots and move between them. No more: too crowded!
Many of my old photographs appear in the Formula One Opus, and several other books.
NOTE: some of the original transparencies are soft and grainy by modern standards.
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