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Paul-Henri Cahier
F1 photographer, raised on Castrol R, V12 music, raw speed and photography! Racing is the name of my game, visual graphic power is my trademark.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 25
The kid with the yellow helmet...
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 20
Replying to @DrMarcoChacon
🤣;)
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Colin McMaster Feb 20
It is. Absolutely gorgeous.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 20
Another beautiful Ferrari Book, with photography by Bernard Cahier. The history of every one of the legendary Ferrari 250 GTOs, meticulously described and shown racing in their era. In both French and English. ?
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 20
Published by McKlein, this is a beautiful book, with photography by Bernard Cahier. ?
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 18
When I heard the sound of Jacky Ickx's 312B, my thought was "Oh God, we'll never here that celestial music again"... Sad, actually.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Feb 17
Replying to @zdravkost @moncet
Phil Hill the photographer on the left!
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F1 in America Feb 5
RIP Kirk Douglas, 1916-2020. With Bernard Cahier at the 1970 Monaco Grand Prix 🍻 📷:
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 27
Replying to @BernieSanders
Sorry Bernie, but it wasn't "Allied forces", it was the Soviet Red Army. Alone.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 26
Both photos by Bernard Cahier / The Cahier Archive
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 26
Replying to @HillF1
Both photos by Bernard Cahier
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 24
Replying to @hm72 @RetroRacingCo
Not from our archive, sadly, it's a great photo.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 18
Replying to @Phaceless_Photo
🤣
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 17
Replying to @DrMarcoChacon
I used to come, but haven't for the last few years...
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 17
Replying to @DrMarcoChacon
Nothing planned, but who knows?
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 17
All photos from the Cahier Archive, soon to be published!
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 17
Two great Champions. Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen, 1999 Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka.
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Paul-Henri Cahier Jan 15
Replying to @F1US @adamcarolla
Well, this is certainly a photo taken by Bernard Cahier and part of The Cahier Archive
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Paul-Henri Cahier Dec 30
Replying to @zdravkost @robert_f182
Those cars were small, lightweight, and with a 3.5L V10 in the back. And the sound... Paradise lost...
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Paul-Henri Cahier Dec 27
Hiroshi san, you should follow me on Twitter! All my best wishes to you for a Happy New Year.
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