Photographer Kyriacos Michaelides has attempted to capture crucial moments in the careers of racing greats from the 1960s and 1970s with special aluminium prints, but has chosen to do so by zooming straight into the car, filling the frame with gleaming bodywork. In truth, that’s all he could do – these cars were photographed in the present day, not in period, which explains their delicious high-resolution – but it’s an appealing effect nonetheless. It’s not just household names that are celebrated, either; favourites such as Clay Regazzoni are featured, as in the piece shown here. Motor sport artwork rarely comes across as being genuinely artistic, relying on context instead. These pieces are arguably beautiful in their own right, and aluminium is the perfect medium. 800x600 limited edition original prints are available for £260, with smaller 300x200 prints at £50.