A Mazda prototype on fire is a minor tragedy, an early Daytona Prototype on fire is a blessing...Love the Mazdas
you even managed to get a shot before it lit on fire
I was at the Rolex 24 and Sebring in 2019 when they caught on fire in both races lol. Then I was also at Watkins Glen the same year when they finally won a race, it was awesome.
Well, looking at that new rig you've just bought yourself, you will get plenty of weight training in before August Rob.With light seemingly at the end of the tunnel with regard to Covid restrictions being lifted later in the year I’ve booked weekend tickets for MotoGP at Silverstone end of August and World Superbike at Donington Park end of July. Hoping my back will hold up
Sounds a bit of a long day! It's great to hear that Motorsport appears to be restarting in Australia. There's an indication in the UK with a fair wind, and Covid more under control we'll be able to access "non Elite" events from 17th April.I feel pooped after my saturday. Karts for a couple of hours in the morning, a local practise session for cars on a circuit later that day, and then drift practise on the same circuit that night.
Do other people get a dreaded green reflection off of lights in the night time on their cameras here?
And this being my first time taking photos of Drift, any tips too?
"restarting"?Sounds a bit of a long day! It's great to hear that Motorsport appears to be restarting in Australia. There's an indication in the UK with a fair wind, and Covid more under control we'll be able to access "non Elite" events from 17th April.
Unfortunately I don't have any experience of green reflection off of lights or of taking photos of drifting. The nearest I've ever got to photographing drifting is this Mini being lost on a corner
You seem to have made a good start with drifting anyway and you ought to post a few more and give us an idea of your experiences.