Two days in Monte Carlo
In 1967, on behalf of the Swedish Royal Automobile Club, Swedish photographer Sture Lindvall documented the glamorous 25th Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. He captured a world full of elegance, speed, thrills and stunning beauty, that now is merely an era lost in time. 1967 was the last year before sponsorship initiated to rule the sport, and the world of Formula 1 would be changed forever.
The photographer´s son, Richard Lindvall, recently rediscovered the unique pictures, some 40 years later. Together with Neumeister, Richard embarked on a two-year project to bring this lost era of decadence and danger back to life. Two days in Monte Carlo Captures the drama, the thrills, and the personalities of the race event in 1967. But more importantly, it captures a son recognising his father’s life work.