Girardo & Co launched a vast treasure trove of over 3,000,000 photos accurately documenting over five decades of motorsport and motoring history.
“That’s right, to complement our extensive library of literature and information, we’ve acquired Photo4. The famous Italian archive was founded in Bologna over four decades ago and comprises in excess of 3,000,000 photographs documenting top-flight motorsport events from 1980 to the present day. Better still, the vast majority have never been seen before. And they’re all available to purchase now from www.girardoarchive.com. You can simply enter key words such as the names of drivers or team personnel, manufacturers or circuits, and once the desired images have been found, they can be added to a personal lightbox or purchased in high resolution directly from the website.
Warning: be prepared to lose track of time. The exhaustive selection of captivating photos encompasses a vast cross-section of motorsport history, from comprehensive coverage of the last four decades of Formula 1 and its feeder categories to the international top flights of sports cars, touring cars and rallying. Never has the phrase ‘knowledge is power’ been so meaningful and, in addition to being another vital research-oriented string to our bow, the Girardo & Co. Archive will no doubt prove to be an invaluable resource tool for everyone from collectors and historians to journalists and enthusiasts. Don your rose-tinted glasses and prepare for an overload of nostalgia. Head to the Girardo & Co. Archive website now to travel back in time through motorsport history… .” – Girardo & Co
Ayrton Senna attacks the curbs with his McLaren MP4/8 at the 1993 Monaco Grand Prix
Bruno Saby lets it all hang out in his Peugeot 205 T16 Group B at the 1986 Acropolis Rally
The Girardo & Co. Archive is an invaluable resource tool for everyone from collectors and historians to journalists and enthusiasts.
Friendly foes James Hunt and Niki Lauda shoot the breeze at the 1977 Monaco Grand Prix
Tom Walkinshaw’s Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9 on its way to toppling Porsche at Le Mans in 1988
Michael Schumacher waits patiently as his Ferrari is refueled during the 2004 Chinese Grand Prix
Visit the Girardo & Co. Archive website now and prepare for a nostalgia overload…
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