Rodolfo Mailander was a young Italian-German freelance photographer who took 40,000 photographs “at the most important racing contests in Western Europe“. He did it all within the span of five years. He was chronicling the post-war rebirth in racing for Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz.

Ahem, Ahem!! Great news is that these images are now entirely accessible on-line. That’s thanks to the Revs Digital Library at Stanford.

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