Bernard Cahier

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Bernard Cahier (June 20, 1927 – July 10, 2008) was a French Formula One photo-journalist.

Cahier began photographing F1 in 1952 and in 1968 he was one of the founders of the International Racing Press Association (IRPA) which began the process of organising the media in F1. After the conflict with the FIA and FOCA, he remained close to F1 by running the Cahier Archive, one of the sport's most complete archives.[1]

In 1966 Cahier helped John Frankenheimer to make the Grand Prix movie and even played a role himself.

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  • Pilotes légendaires de la Formule 1, with Xavier Chimits and Paul-Henri Cahier, Editions Tana, 2 October 2006
  • Mes meilleurs souvenirs, With Xavier Chimits, Editions Drivers, 11 January 2007
  • F-Stops, pit stops, laughter & tears, Autosports Marketing Associates Ltd, 2007
  • Grand Prix Racers (Portraits of Speed) Motorbooks International, May 2008

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