Stories from our Formula 1: The Archives Series.
Formula 1 has never been just about motorsport — with all its contradictory elements granting F1 its enchantment. This month, we look behind the scenes of F1 photography, and dive deep into the sports nostalgic archives with a peak into the future of motorsport.
The only woman in history to score in a Formula 1 Grand Prix – Lella Lombardi defied the odds. Raised by a butcher in rural Italy and racing boys on motorbikes, she became a beacon for women in motorsport. Today, 1.5 percent of all licensed motorsport drivers worldwide are female but change is on the horizon.
Agents like the Sustainable Motorsport Index™ help catalyse the change needed on a systemic level, promoting transparency and accountability when it comes to sustainable practices in motorsport.
We see the photos but rarely do we know how they were taken, and what it means to be a F1 photographer. IMAGO spoke with HochZwei.
Like father, like son, they say. Michael and Mick Schumacher have stolen the hearts of motorsport fans as Mick follows his father’s footsteps making his way up in Formula 1. This is Schumacher, then and now.
Zine // Formula 1: The Archives, IMAGO looks behind the scenes of F1 photography, and dives deep into its nostalgic archives with a peak into the future of motorsport.
It cannot be easy to fall in love with a thrill-seeking, risk-craving, speed-addicted world-famous Formula 1 driver who might not make it to the next Grand Prix. As part of our Formula 1 series, IMAGO is celebrating the Formula 1 wives who stuck through it all.
Enabling diversity and inclusion within the motor sporting world, Driven by Diversity are emerging as a force for change.
Last month would have been F1 legend Jochen Rindt’s 80th birthday. IMAGO takes a look at Formula 1 archive highlights from the life of the ubiquitous driver, tragically cut short at the ripe age of 28.
As Formula 1 takes us around the world for another exciting season, IMAGO’s photographers show us another side to Formula 1: the 2022 circuits.
The Italian Grand Prix is arguably the spectacle of Formula 1, with the notorious Monza race track as its stage. IMAGO looks back on its 100th anniversary.