This is the biggest update ever (not a real one, given) with contributions from a vast number of people. These are all the people we should be grateful to:
Pete Roberts, Richard Campbell, Stefan Teitge, Rafal Rokicki, Roman Krejčí, Martin Krejčí, Wolfgang Neumayer, Terry Buschmann, Brian McCann , Jean Louis Mathieu, Levente Szalay, John Miller, Dave Shaw , Martin Spetz, Olivier , Dave Miller, Simmo Iskül, Kevin Thomson, Djursland Motor Klub Autosport via Anton Sorensen, Laurent Chauveau, Stefan Ornerdal , Mark Staunton, John Holbrook, Manuel Gamero, Julie Dewar, Philippe , Jos Van Aken , Leandro Rubini, Michael Eaton, Quintin Cloud , Tim Obert, Pavel Babka, Terry Walker , Romain Heckemanns, Luke Hamilton
January 13, 2006
The project has come to a hold at the moment, while I take time to reflect. The beauty of the site is (besides the covers, of course), it is never out-of-date since it is an archive, therefore, the lack of updates shouldn't put you off coming back for more nostalgia…
Contributions are still appreciated, but please don't expect to see them online very soon — sorry.
June 21, 2005
Thanks to Jean-Louis Mathieu we're continuing the 2005 trend with the Le Mans programme cover.
Third and final update for the day; this bunch of covers has Stefan Teitge to thank for it, and includes two Transatlantic Trophy covers used for three meetings. Mick Browne had sent eleven F1 covers for inclusion from the 1990s, but all were sadly duplicates.
Here are some covers that have been contributed since the earlier update, and some from the mailbox, contributed a little while ago (there's still some from a long time ago). After the earlier 2005 white-wash, we have a historic one. Courtesy of Richard Campbell, Stuart, Dave Shaw, and Dennis Currington, who has actually uploaded the entire Stardust programme he contributed.
Ahead of this weekend's United States Formula 1 Grand Prix, I can present the programme cover for it, thanks to Levente Szalay (and several others). Several other 2005 F1 covers have been added today as well, with two thanks to Wolfgang Neumayer. Another couple of 2005 covers added are the Laguna Seca Grand-Am, thanks to Martin Spetz, and the World Touring Cars from Silverstone, thanks to John Allen.
On another note, if you have e-mailed me over the last few weeks and haven't yet had a response, I'm sorry. You will get one eventually, and more e-mails and programmes are most welcome and gratefully received.
This update, including covers from thirteen new tracks, is solely (baring one, that is) thanks to Roman Krejčí. There's another batch from Roman waiting for a future update. The Floyd Bennett cover is thanks to Richard Campbell.
Making more progress into the backlog today, with covers gratefully received from; Bob Westinicky, Romain Heckemanns, John Allen, Stefan Teitge, and Dan Nichols, Kevin Thomson, Howard Venning, and James Pernikoff.
After today's update there will still be a great deal waiting to add in my mailbox, waiting since September. From now on updates will likely consist of covers from just one or two contributors as several have sent me masses!
Here's the second of three batches; the third one may or may not be later on. I might add that these updates appear, mostly, to be from Wolfgang Neumayer and the ADAC (original DE, or translated EN) archives — there are others that definitely aren't, but I can't be sure who exactly they are from.
Following on from yesterday's update, this is the first of three, prepared last September (they've been in a folder on my desktop ever since). I'm sorry I have no idea who the contributors were, as I hadn't put a list with them. If your name isn't in the contributors list already, and you sent in something added over the next three updates (including this one), then please let me know, and I'll add you ASAP.
No excuses — just covers. And an apology; updates should be more regular from now on, even if only a few covers are added.
Many thanks to: Martin Spetz, Martin Krejčí, James Pernikoff, Jean Louis Mathieu, and Martin Lipscombe, Rudi Odendaal, Michael Gee, Gerald Miller, and Don Hibbard, Grant Nesbitt, F Constantin, Luis Coloma Yepes, and Richard Nevison from Ardennes Productions, producers of the 50 Years of Formula 1 On-Board DVD.