Robert Ryan's 1968 McLaren M6B.
Robert Ryan's 1968 McLaren M6B.

Coronado Speed Festival 2013 – Report and Photos

Coronado Speed Festival 2013 – Featured Photo Gallery Page Four

Greg Umphenour's 1964 Mercury Comet.
Greg Umphenour’s 1964 Mercury Comet.
Lorne Leibel and his red beast - the 1964 Cobra.
Lorne Leibel and his red beast – the 1964 Cobra.
Ron Carter exits turn ten in his 1967 Datsun 2000.
Ron Carter exits turn ten in his 1967 Datsun 2000.
Mike Taradash at speed in his 1962 Lotus Super 7.
Mike Taradash at speed in his 1962 Lotus Super 7.

Mike Thurlow's 1973 Lola T294.
Mike Thurlow’s 1973 Lola T294.
Erich Joiner, qualifying the 1977 Chevron B36.
Erich Joiner, qualifying the 1977 Chevron B36.
The 1957 Maserati 200 Si of Ned Spieker.
The 1957 Maserati 200 Si of Ned Spieker.
Bill Lyon's 1960 Porsche RS 60.
Bill Lyon’s 1960 Porsche RS 60.

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  1. What can I say? A nice collection of images, sharp, dense color, well composed, and Vic used the back ground to enhance the cars. Coronado is not one of the more photographic race courses and Vic’s eye for composition really enhances the cars on track. I hope we can see more of Vic’s work.
    By the way, Vic is a graduate of the f8 Motorsports Photography Workshop and just so you know I am an instructor. http://www.f8photoworkshops.com.

    1. I know what I can say…thank you for the kind words, Dennis. I appreciate all the support, guidance and encouragement that you, Llew Kinst and Jeffrey Dahl have given me. My experience through the f8 Motorsports Photography Workshop was the catalyst I needed to pull all my years of experience in photography and my passion for cars and motorsports and really focus my skill and abilities to produce the quality of images that garner the positive comments you have given me here.

  2. What a great event and captured perfectly by Vic. There isn’t an other event in the world like the Speed Festival. In addition to all the great track action wonderful cars and spectacular weather you get to say “thank you” to all the men and women in uniform keeping us safe. From the Thursday car show down town to the awards on the largest ship in the Navy, USS Ragen this is one event you can’t miss.

  3. Victor,

    Nice job – Very good images shot on a track with a difficult background – I like the shot of #26 Corvette dragging the cone! Your time at the f8 Motorsports Photography workshop was well spent! Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

    1. Thank you, Bill. Coronado was a tough place to shoot because of the fact it was an airfield. One thing I have always done is to walk around as much as possible in order to get as many different perspectives when capturing an image. At a place like Coronado, this was a must!

  4. Great Photographs Victor, what a nice mix of cars. I especially enjoyed looking at your photographs of the historic 50 s sportsracing cars. Cars that we don´t see here in Scandinavia / Europe , the Devlin`s etc, and what a beautiful car is that Jaguar special #5 . Congratulations on such an excellent coverage. Cheers from Graham in Sweden…

  5. Hello Victor,
    Thank you for taking a awesome picture of my 1969 Coors Light Corvette, You think its hard to take pictures….hahahaha try racing on that run way surface…its hard on tires and drivers, but what a great place on a active military base…. I race many other events and none of them compare to this great event that is sponsored on by HMSA…just awesome….great pictures keep up the great work.
    Sincerely,
    David Fisher

    1. Maybe we can switch next year, David. You can get behind the viewfinder of my Canon and I can get behind the wheel of your Corvette! 😉

      I agree, The HMSA puts on a great event in Coronado.

      Thanks for the compliment on the images!

      1. Hello Victor,
        Well, Maybe not switch, But if i could i would give you a ride but no passengers seat…in this race car, Keep up the great work and we all look forward to seeing you next year, please stop by the pits and say hello….
        Cheer,
        David