It was nice to be back at Thunderhill! It has been over a year since last SpeedSF event held here. Moving up the award ceremony to lunch time is a great idea. From now on, all event pages will be divided section below. And I will not post without writing down my thoughts, because I will never do it after the photo link is posted. Writing down thoughts and experience is important for improving myself and some people actually like reading stuff.
- SpeedSF Coolest Car picture
- Other good photos
- Photo link
- Stuff about photography
Here is the car that won the Coolest Car Award
Other good photos
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Stuff about Photography
I knew the two locations where I needed to shoot for this event, so I went right to it. Turn 11/12 in the morning when it’s still cloudy, and then turn 10. The hardest part about this track is moving around. Unlike Laguna Seca where I can drive myself to all the scenic turns, Thunderhill is mostly walking. Walking in mud after lots of rain is almost impossible. Had my electric unicycle to move around the paved area for the first two locations. I thought about walking to turn 5 but decided to walk around the paddock meet people, look around, and shoot some cars and people.