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Snetterton like most racetracks in the UK is an open wasteland subjected to whatever weather is on the horizon with nowhere to hide. We sat picnicing in the car on arrival. Perfectly timed for the lunch break as we could only make half a day. I sat eating my sarnie refreshing the ‘Dark Skies’ app […]
Its a strange predicament, as the title suggests, bitter sweet. Photography is about capturing moments, recording history. The right place right time scenario occasionally presents itself and it should be grasped with caution. We had just arrived at Brands Hatch for a Sunday of the Historic Sports Car Club’s Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix. The Guards […]
I’ve wanted to shoot some Endurance/GT style cars for a couple of years and with the British GT Championship coming to Snetterton it was the perfect opportunity to see some of the Action. As you know if you’re a regular visitor to my website you’ll know its mainly focused on Classic and classic racing where […]
The 7th of August, 1926. Brooklands motor racing circuit, the first British Grand Prix, organised by speed record legend Henry Seagrave. Fast forward 90 years and what better way to celebrate than at Brooklands itself, with some of the original cars from that very race in attendance. With these and other Grand Prix cars through […]
Only 2 days to go before Lee Maynard’s Renault Dauphine is back out on the strip up at Gary’s Picnic at Shakespeare County Raceway. Along with 10 other cars from the Outlaw Flat Four drag racing club, with some European cars also making their way over for the event, it should be a spectacular weekend.