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Renowned motor sports photographer Rainer W. Schlegelmilch’s new book, The Golden Age of Formula 1, focuses on the auto racing circuit’s legacy from the 1960s, often referred to by enthusiasts as the “glory years” of the sport.
In this volume of gorgeous photographs, readers can relive the era of champions like Jim Clark, Jacky Ickx, and Jack Brabham, as well as the classic cars and fast-paced, daredevil races of the era.
None other than the “Flying Scot” Jackie Stewart described this book, and Rainier’s photographic talents, as “an art of the highest level … he has been able to represent the golden age of Formula 1 in its most graphic and stylish form, and this book truly showcases all of those great years, great cars, and great people.”
Now available in a smaller format thanks to teNeues Publishing, The Golden Age of Formula 1 is the perfect gift for photography enthusiasts, gearheads, and 1960s nostalgists.
Below, browse more images from the book.