Polished SU's and a night shot of that dash is something special
these shiny bits
are for you Alpha!
I just walked to the shops at the end of my road and was too slow to get a picture of the Ferrari 458 Italia driving past. I really love living here on the Kent coast!
"Bertha's" a Grandmother, not into porn.....
Today at AFCW:
1979 BMW M-1. Italian design meets German engineering.
A high school favorite for me.
It all happens so fast in the space of 150 metres and despite changing up with 2,000 revs to go, before you know it, you are speeding - but, I'm sure the speedo is over-reading and I must make the camera mount more secure
...and then I had to lift off the throttle.
Car and Watch - perfekt conclusion
What's in the boot ?
Fangio will be turning in his grave, That's 3/4 of a second on the average GP circuit or 2 1/4 seconds at the Nordschliefe.
Hello guys... been on an extended hiatus. Was recently in SG, driving aimlessly. Thought I'd stop for a picture
I thought the mascot should be fitted to the hood, not the trunk!
Not to everyones tastes but very tasty to me, hard to beat the Alfa V6 sound track
3.2 Carrera S
I shoot a lot of cars (and motorcycles) as I am an accredited photographer for one of the racetracks here in Northern California, Sonoma Raceway.
For my trackside racing work, I shoot with pro Canon gear, all the big-*ssed white lenses and a 1D MkIIN pro body. For paddock and pitlane work, and everything else, I shoot with Fuji X-cams: X-Pro1, X-T1 and X100T.
Here's some exotica taken at the track....
If you guys like these, I can post some real racing stuff....
Stephen aka Puma Cat
I owned a Milano Verde, and the V6 produces some of the most beautiful noise ever to come from a combustion engine.
Was at the Sonoma Historics today, and was just about to bug out for the day when I saw this: the incomparable and indominatable Porsche 956!
'Course I had to get some shots of it at race pace!
One of the team mechanics told me that this is possibly the only race-worthy 956 currently being driven: Quite possibly the greatest sports racing car ever developed, this car was race-competitive for 12 years!
Won countless races in Group C, German Endurance Championship, and IMSA in the form of the 962. No wussy paddle-shifters, either!
Shots taken with the Fuji X-T1 and Fuji 55-140 f/2.8 pro zoom.
When's the last time you saw a 956 race at Sonoma? Like...never?!?
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