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The 1991 Season

  My personal recollections of bygone seasons has reached 1991 which saw McLaren-Honda take their fourth constructors championship in a row and their driver Ayrton Senna retain the drivers title, his third overall. The big difference from the previous three … read more

Photographer’s Pass – Who Needs One?

These photographs were taken from public admission areas, nevertheless they have all been deemed worthy for publication in international motor racing magazines and photo books. They are analogue, taken on Kodak film and printed by myself using my own basic … read more

The 1990 Season

My personal reminisces of bygone seasons has reached 1990, a new decade maybe but not much change in the world of Formula One. For the third season in a row the World Championship was a two-way battle between Ayrton Senna … read more

The 1989 Season

My personal recollections of bygone seasons has reached 1989, the year that saw the return to naturally aspirated engines and a variety of V8, V10 and V12 motors in the back of twenty different teams which were driven by fifty-three … read more

Photographing the 2019 Season

In my quest to visit every circuit on the calendar I planned to start and end the 2019 season with full weekends at the exotic locations of Bahrain and Singapore with my traditional race-day only outing at Silverstone and Spa … read more

The 1988 Season

My personal reminisces of bygone seasons has reached 1988 which was totally dominated by the McLaren MP4/4 powered by the V6 Honda turbo and driven by the ‘dream team’ of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. They won fifteen of the … read more

Is it Time to Reprofile Eau Rouge?

  I am not qualified to comment specifically on the recent accident at Spa involving Anthoine Hubert and Juan Manuel Correa and it would be inappropriate to do so. But one thing is clear, the fatal collision occurred not on … read more

(Not so Famous) British Drivers at the British Grand Prix

Back in the day when these things were not so tightly controlled it was quite common to see drivers make the odd appearance in their home nation’s grand Prix. Those up-and-coming might be given their chance by an established team … read more

Niki Lauda – His Part in My Formula One Story.

I am not qualified to offer an opinion as to who is the best Formula One driver I have ever seen although I am often asked. But I can say who is the one I admire the most, and that … read more

Farewell Silverstone? You Have Been….Challenging.

I first saw you at the 1975 International Trophy meeting and have been to every Formula One race you have held ever since and probably an equal number of other events too. F3, F2, F3000, Saloon cars, Sports cars, Historics … read more