Guy Griffiths was the most significant British motor racing photographer of the post-war era. The Guy Griffiths Collection consists of tens of thousands of individually indexed photographs of British motor racing, specialising in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, going up to the 1990s.
“The outstanding motoring photographer of his day” Sir Stirling Moss
We supply motor racing photographs to car collectors and enthusiasts, restorers, authors and publishers worldwide. This website shows just a selection of the many images we hold.
You can search for a named driver, car make, venue or date, in Photo Search, and also order digital downloads.
If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us directly, with as much detail as possible. We will supply low-resolution scans for you to make a final choice from.
Guy Griffiths is well known as a leading motor racing photographer of classic racing cars of the post-war era. His photographs of 1950s British Grand Prix, hill climbs and speed trials include motor racing drivers such as George Abecassis, Alberto Ascari, Prince Bira, Louis Chiron, Baron Toulo de Graffenried, Luigi Fagioli, Juan Manuel Fangio, Giuseppe Farina, Froilan Gonzales, Mike Hawthorn, Alec Issigonis, Stirling Moss, Tazio Nuvolari, Louis Rosier, Dorino Serafini, Hans von Stuck, Ken Tyrell, Luigi Villoresi, Peter Walker.
You can buy online motor racing photographs of classic cars such as Alfa Romeo, Allard, Alta, Alvis, Amilcar, Arnott, Aston Martin, Austin, Bentley, BMW, BRM Bugatti, Citroen, Connaught, Cooper, , Delahaye, ERA, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, Frazer-Nash, Healey, Hispano-Suiza, Itala, Jaguar, Kieft, Lancia, Lotus, Maserati, Mercedes- Benz, MG, Morgan, Napier, Peugeot, Renault, Riley, Rolls-Royce, Rover, Sunbeam, Talbot and Vanwall.
Guy Griffiths took photographs of British post war motor racing events at Goodwood, Brands Hatch, Brighton, Brooklands, Silverstone, Prescott and Shelsley Walsh. He covered motor racing events from Grand Prix, hill climbs, speed trials to Formula One. From the 1950s onwards he worked with John Cooper, Bill Boddy and Dennis Jenkinson, and regularly supplied motor racing photographs to Autocar, Motor Sport and Road & Track.