Formula 1 lends itself to stunning photography.

All imagery for the Grand Prix Calendar is licensed from the world renowned Cahier Archive.


He’s been called the “Cartier-Bresson of Motor Racing” due to his uncanny ability to snap the right moment. He knew everyone, and everyone knew him. From the 50s through the 70s, he was everywhere, covering grands prix.


Since the early 1980s his never ending hunt for the most graphic, stunning, creative, image has always been the mark of his distinctive style.


Each of the 12 calendar cards are produced on heavyweight premium card stock with a soft-touch velvet finish. Super durable, long lasting and joy for the eyes

Printed using the latest digital techniques to produce a ridiculously high end finish

Alongside each stunning photograph you have the days and dates for the month ahead, and famous grand prix quotes from drivers and personalities in the sport

The reverse of each card has the full image for that month, ready to be treasured or framed as part of your collection


Included with the calendar cards is a piece of super heavyweight card with 2 pieces pre-cut and ready to pop out and be assembled to produce an incredibly simple, yet perfect stand for your calendar.

Sturdy enough to hold all 12 cards, display a single image or even to use as a smart phone stand when the year is out.

  • January

    Lewis Hamilton

    The statistically greatest driver in Formula 1, Hamilton has claimed many records as well as his 7 titles. He was controversially denied an 8th in 2021. This image shows him on his way to a Monaco podium in 2018.

  • February

    Michael Schumacher

    Schumacher redefined how to win in Formula 1. After winning 2 titles with Benetton in 1994 & ‘95 he then moved to Ferrari and went on to dominate the sport, taking an unmatched 5 titles in succession.

  • March

    Juan Manuel Fangio

    Fangio was paramount during the first decade of Formula 1. Achieving five World Championships - he was deservedly known as El Maestro (the Master).

  • April

    Alain Prost

    Prost claimed 3 championships with McLaren, only leaving the team following his legendary rivalry with Ayrton Senna. After a couple of seasons with Ferrari and then a year out, he returned in 1993 and gained his 4th title with Williams.

  • May

    Sebastian Vettel

    Vettel attained an impressive 4 consecutive World Championships, with his first title being won when he was only 23 years old. A record that still stands today, the youngest World Champion.

  • June

    Jackie Stewart

    He is one of the great characters of Grand Prix racing. The first British driver to be victorious in 3 world championships. He has the fitting sobriquet of the “Flying Scot”.

  • July

    Jack Brabham

    Brabham did it all. 3 World Championships, setting up winning racing teams and becoming a constructor too. This photo shows him in his eponymous car and team on his way to the 1966 French GP victory.

  • August

    Niki Lauda

    Lauda won his first title in 1975. He may have won in 1976 too, if it wasn’t for a near-fatal accident. He had the greatest sporting comeback in history with another title in 1977 and a third in 1984.

  • September

    Nelson Piquet

    After 2 titles driving a Brabham car, Piquet then drove for Williams in 1986. He went on to defeat his team mate, Nigel Mansell, taking the 1987 title.

  • October

    Ayrton Senna

    There are fewer more iconic sights than the red and white McLaren with a yellow helmet in the cockpit. The great Senna achieved 3 titles in those famous colours.

  • November

    Max Verstappen

    After a controversial first title in 2021, Max has been dominating F1 since, now with 3 championships in succession. With time on his side and an abundance of talent, there are likely more titles to come.

  • December

    Fernando Alonso

    Often referred to as one of the greatest drivers in the history of F1. Alonso was the one who disrupted Schumacher’s run of titles and has been in contention during many more seasons since.

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