Photographs from the glory days of British motor racing. Featured drivers include Graham Hill, Jim Clark and Dan Gurney
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Mike Hayward Collection

Welcome to the Mike Hayward Collection

The Mike Hayward Collection is a specialist library of classic British motor sport photographs.

This unique portfolio is the work of photographer Mike Hayward, whose professional career spans four decades.

The collection is dedicated to British motor racing from 1962 onwards, including F1, F2, F3, Touring Cars and Sports Cars. 

There are also sections for rallying, hill climbs and historic events, plus motorcycle racing and motocross.

All 5,000-plus images are for sale as photographic prints. They are also available to purchase as digital files for commercial use.

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New images of 1995 British Grand Prix

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Battle of the titans at 1964 Oulton Park Gold Cup

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Up close and personal at Silverstone

Up close and personal at Silverstone

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