Since 1996 the work of just one F1 enthusiast, Formula One Art & Genius is a tribute to the passion, heroism, glory and tragedy that for seven decades have made Grand Prix motor racing the world's greatest stage for drivers, their machines and the people who admire both.
The art and genius of F1 motor racing is represented best in photographs of the cars and drivers who have made the sport their stage over the decades. Please e-mail us if you have photos to add to the F1A&G collection, and many thanks to those who have graciously contributed to these photo galleries.
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Driving the incomparable Williams FW15C to victory at the '93 Canadian Grand Prix.
Alain Prost in the McLaren Honda MP4/5 took 2d place at the Monaco GP, 52s behind pol-sitter Ayrton Senna, but nonetheless went on to capture the 1989 World Championship.
Senna at Ls Rascasse
Senna at Mirabeau
From the film "Senna: The Right To Win," Ayrton heads down into Monaco's Mirabeau corner towards the iconic Grand Hotel (Lowe's) hairpin.
Senna at Monaco
Nigel Mansell snatches the lead on the opening lap of the 1987 British Grand Prix in his WIlliams FW11B, a race he went on to win in spectacular fashion over teammate Nelson Piquet.
In the 1992 Belgian Grand Prix, Ayrton Senna stopped his McLaren just after Blanchimont corner and ran back to the aid of unconscious Eric Comas' aid, cutting off the engine and holding Comas’ head stationary until medical help arrived — with other cars still driving past at racing speeds.
Alain Prost on his way to a 3rd place finish in the 1989 Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez.
Ste. Devote 1990
igel Mansell’s famous shunt in the Williams FW11B during practice for the 1987 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, in which “Red 5″ broke his spine and lost the ’87 World Championship to Nelson Piquet.
Patrick Tambay drives the Renault RE60 turbo in the wet at Monaco, 1985. It was the team's last season as an F1 constructor until 2002.