The adrenaline-fueled, high-octane world of Formula One has created some of the greatest moments in sporting history. From the intense rivalries between teams and drivers, such as Alain Prost and Arton Senna and 2015’s Rosberg and Hamilton, to the infamous tracks that have created moments of tragedy and triumph — F1’s greatest moments read like a film script.
The Cahier Archive has captured the drama from the 1950’s to the present day including Lewis Hamilton’s 2015 winning season. It is fulled with stunning behind-the-scenes shots, from pit stops to personal moments, beautiful portraits of the drivers and atmospheric shots of the racing in action. Structured around three sections: Drivers and Rivalries, Teams and Cars, and Tragedy and Triumph of the Circuits, The Pursuit of Speed captures the intensity and beauty of the sport. Each section is introduced with vivid essays by F1 correspondent Maurice Hamilton, and filled with the Cahier’s beautiful and resonating photographs, many unpublished giving a behind-the-scenes look at the world of F1.