In the late 1960s, by a chance meeting, Roger Lane was given a brief by film manufacturer Agfa-Gevaert that most motor racing fans would have given their right arm to do. In short, he was asked to capture the atmosphere and ambience of Grand Prix motor racing in photos using the latest color film. Lane was no stranger to either motor racing, or, more importantly, a camera. From a motor racing point of view he was a track marshall, and photography was a genuine hobby—he was a member of his local amateur photographic society.
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