A unique racing-themed weather app featuring over 60 years of incredible Grand Prix racing photography.
Racing Elements proudly showcases the stunning work of iconic motorsport photographers Paul-Henri Cahier and Bernard Cahier, both celebrated masters of their field and whose work has been exhibited all over the world.
Racing Elements includes a season schedule, along with forecasts of the weather conditions that teams and drivers will face during grand prix practice, qualifying and race events.
And, for the most hopeless of die-hard fans, you can view the number of days remaining until each race.
From Alonso to Hamilton, Senna to Schumacher, and Clark to Fangio, from the greatest cars to the very biggest personalities, Racing Elements is a convenient and beautiful way to enjoy the history and excitement of Grand Prix racing.
To connect race fans and help them show their passion, Racing Elements also makes it possible to share favorite images on social networks or even purchase high-quality reprints as memorabilia.
Racing Elements was developed through a unique and special partnership between Sam Thorpe, a mobile technologist, marketer and rabid racing fan, and iconic motorsport photographer Paul-Henri Cahier with a shared desire of delighting racing fans around the world.
Son of legendary photographer and reporter Bernard Cahier, Paul-Henri Cahier has long established a reputation as an iconic motorsport photographer and visual artist. Mr. Cahier's photography has been featured in innumerable publications and books around the world and his work has been the subject of exhibitions in such cities as Paris, Montreal, Tokyo, Singapore, and Monte-Carlo.
His never-ending hunt for the most graphic, stunning and creative image has always been the hallmark of his distinctive style. Mr. Cahier, together with his father, has built a unique and historic photo archive running from 1952 to today.
From the '50s through the '70s, Bernard Cahier was everywhere, covering both Formula 1 and sports car races, in the days when the best drivers competed in both. He knew everyone, everyone knew him, and he was a friend and confidant of drivers who would become legends. Bernard has been called the "Cartier-Bresson of Motor Racing" due to his uncanny ability to snap the right moment, and his illustrious career saw him contribute to an incredible number of publications around the the world.
Mr. Cahier founded the International Racing Press Association (IRPA) in 1968 and remained its president until he retired in 1985.