Maurice Hamilton has been part of the Formula One scene since 1977
and was the Observer's motor racing correspondent for 20 years. He
has written more than 20 books as well as commentating on Formula
One for BBC Radio. He is now actively involved with the online
community on Twitter and writes several blogs whilst continuing to
write books about racing.
The Cahier Archive is the only photographic collection covering the history of the Formula One Championship to have remained in the hands of its original authors. Two photographers have built this archive: Bernard Cahier and his son Paul-Henri, giving the collection two very different styles. Bernard was a reporter and had the gift to make people truly live events through his pictures. Paul-Henri, on the other hand, has always leaned towards an artistic approach of photography. The common ground of their photos though, is that they always go beyond the illustrative dimension.
"Covers the best of Formula 1 motor racing from the 1950s to the present" - Classic Car Weekly"A combination of the Cahiers and Maurice Hamilton, this book has 272 pages worthy of any coffee table." - Motor Sport"This beautifully written book will appeal to fans of classic and modern F1 alike." - Auto Express