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Best of The Cahier Archive: John Surtees

John Surtees, massive legend, winner of six motorcycle World Championships and the 1964 Formula 1 World Drivers Championship. The only person to have won World Championships on both two and four wheels.
Surtees drove for Lotus, …

Best of The Cahier Archive: Alain Prost

Alain Prost, “The Professor”. The French superstar started 199 Grand Prix, won 51 of them and took four world Championships along the way.
Prost’s silky smooth style was in contrast to that of his fierce rival …

Best of The Cahier Archive: Juan Manuel Fangio

El Maestro, “The Master”, Juan Manuel Fangio. The Argentinian legend would have celebrated his 100th Birthday this week. What can you say about the guy? Five world titles with four different teams. Brave, passionate, quick, …

Best of The Cahier Archive: Stirling Moss

Sir Stirling Moss announced his retirement from competitive motor racing last weekend and in doing so marked the end of an astonishing career.
Moss, who raced from 1948 to 1962, won 212 of the 529 races …

Best of The Cahier Archive: Ronnie Peterson

Today’s feature gallery contains images of the 10 time Grand Prix winner, Ronnie Peterson. The popular Swede was much admired for his spectacular style and raw speed.

Best of The Cahier Archive: Design details

Today’s feature gallery contains close up images of those details that make Formula One so special

Best of The Cahier Archive: Elio de Angelis

Today’s feature gallery contains images of the Italian driver, Elio de Angelis, who died testing a Brabham 25 years ago this week.
This is the latest in our series of  photo specials showcasing the stunning images …

James Hunt 1976

Best of The Cahier Archive: James Hunt

This is the latest in our series of  photo specials showcasing the stunning images from the Cahier Archive. The collection, by photographers Bernard Cahier and his son Paul-Henri are part of a massive collection of …