The F1 World Championship at the British Grand Prix: 70 Years in Photographs



‘That evening in the bars in Buckingham and adjacent towns there was only one topic of conversation – the Grand Prix .… motor-racing had ‘arrived’ in England.’ - Motor Sport, 13 May 1950. The British Grand Prix is the oldest race on the Formula 1 calendar, having entertained race fans for over seventy years – and from Kent to Liverpool, the Mirrorpix photographers have been there every step of the way. The F1 World Championship at the British Grand Prix is a race through the highest and lowest moments of a sport that has given us Stirling Moss, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton.

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