This is a 1600 pixel wide wallpaper of Jackie Stewart, looking over his car it’s astonishing how much has changed over the decades.
Professional photographer Matthew Swaggart developed the beautiful HoldFast Camera Strap to both look great and hold even the heaviest rig, the RuckStrap…
This is a shot of Chuck Yeager climbing out of the Bell X-1 in 1949, Chuck was first human to break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947 sitting in the cockpit of this very plane.
This is a WWII ear photograph of trainee aircraft mechanics being trained in the finer details of Merlin engine maintenance.
It’s always great to see behind the scenes photos from iconic films, this is a shot of Harrison Ford taking a break onboard the Millenium Falcon during the filming of The Empire Strikes Back in 1980.
After the runaway success of the last episode of Racing Legends featuring Sir Stirling Moss and presented by Sir Patrick Stewart we though it would be a good idea to bring you the next episode in the series -“Racing Legends: Jackie Stewart”.
The cojones it would take to climb into a Ferrari, take it off the tarmac and start sliding it around on the gravel in the company of cars like the Audi Quattro and the Lancia Stratos defies description.
This colour photograph from October 1942 looks like it was taken yesterday, its official title is “Workers installing fixtures and assemblies in the tail section of a B-17F bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California.”
The Zündapp company was founded in 1917 by two German chaps with the suitably German sounding names of Fritz Neumeyer and Friedrich Krupp.
Etsy is a place where you can find all manner of weird and wonderful things, it kind of reminds me of what eBay was like when it first kicked off in the nineties.
This is one of the most captivating aerial rally photographs we’ve ever seen, the visible dust clouds over each of the corners give a fantastic sense of speed.
It occurred to me on seeing this photograph that I’ve never actually tried sleeping on a motorcycle.