GrandPrix+

The first e-magazine in the FIA Formula One World Championship
was launched in the Spring of 2007 by experienced F1 reporters
Joe Saward and David Tremayne

It remains the only electronic magazine that deals exclusively with F1



PETER NYGAARD

A law student at Copenhagen University, when he began taking photographs at Formula 1 races, Peter established the Grand Prix Photo company after he graduated and has since attended more than 600 Grands Prix. Today, he not only takes photos but writes and commentates. His company covers every GP and, with contacts all over the world, can supply photos from almost any motor race.
In addition to current photography, the Grand Prix Photo archive is one of the biggest in the world, Peter having acquired the work of a number of F1 photographers, notably Italian photo-journalist Giancarlo Cevenini and France’s Dominique Leroy, plus a portion of Nigel Snowdon’s collection.
Grand Prix Photo has 25,000 photographs on its website and millions more in its offices, which are decorated with a Tyrrell 021, which Peter acquired from Ken Tyrrell.
Peter is also a member of the FIA Media Working Group.

A law student at Copenhagen University, when he began taking photos at Formula 1 races, Peter established the Grand Prix Photo company after he graduated and has since attended more than 600 Grands Prix. 


Today, he not only takes photos but writes and commentates. His company covers every GP and, with contacts all over the world, can supply photos from almost any motor race.


In addition to current photography, the Grand Prix Photo archive is one of the biggest in the world, Peter having acquired the work of a number of F1 photographers, notably Italian photo-journalist Giancarlo Cevenini and France’s Dominique Leroy, plus a portion of Nigel Snowdon’s collection.


Grand Prix Photo has 25,000 photos on its website and millions more in its offices, which are decorated with a

Tyrrell 021, which Peter acquired from Ken Tyrrell.


Peter is also a member of the FIA Media Working Group.




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JOE SAWARD

A professional motorsport writer since 1983, the last 33 years in Formula 1, he has not missed a Grand Prix since the Spanish GP in 1988. A former Grand Prix Editor of Autosport, his wide-ranging travelling led to the best-selling “World Atlas of Motor Racing”.


A freelance for the last 26 years, he was a pioneer in electronic media in F1, launching the award-winning JSBM e-newsletter in 1994. This was followed by grandprix.com, GP+, JoeBlogsF1 and the Missed Apex Podcast. Joe also hosts “Audience with Joe” events for F1 fans, in order to engage with fans.


He is a member of the F1 Paddock Hall of Fame and a member of the FIA Media Working Group.


Trained as an historian, Joe is also an acknowledged expert on the Special Operations Executive (SOE), his book “The Grand Prix Saboteurs”, having won the Guild of Motoring Writers’ Author of the Year Award. He has also written “The Man who Caught Crippen”, a non racing book, plus several volumes of “Fascinating F1 Facts”.


Joe is a Visiting Lecturer on the Cranfield University MSc Motorsport Engineering course.

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DAVID TREMAYNE

A freelance motorsport writer and former executive editor of Motoring News and Motor Sport, he is a veteran of 33 years of Grands Prix reportage and the author of more than 50 motorsport books.


He attended his 570th Grand Prix at Silverstone in 2020.


He is a member of the F1 Paddock Hall of Fame and on the FIA Media Working Group.


His writing, on both current and historic issues, is notable for its soul and passion, together with a deep understanding of the sport and an encyclopaedic knowledge of its history.


David is also acknowledged as the world expert on the history of land and water speed record breaking, has a passion for Unlimited hydroplanes, and is the British representative on the FIA Land Speed Records Commission.


A former rocket car pilot, he averaged 275 mph and peaked at 297 in the DUO STAY GOLD jetcar before walking away from a 250 mph inversion while attacking the 301 mph UK land speed record in August 2017. He will make a fresh attempt in 2021.

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