Steven Hill’s 1963 Ferrari 250P.
Steven Hill’s 1963 Ferrari 250P.

HMSA LSR Invitational 2016 – Report and Photos

HMSA LSR Invitational 2016 – Featured Photo Gallery Page Seven

Robert Manson - 1953 Kurtis 500.
Robert Manson – 1953 Kurtis 500.
Steven Hill’s 1963 Ferrari 250P three wheels turn eleven.
Steven Hill’s 1963 Ferrari 250P three wheels turn eleven.
Max Jamiesson - 1935 Ford Sprint Car.
Max Jamiesson – 1935 Ford Sprint Car.

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Charles McCabe - 1955 Maserati 250F.
Charles McCabe – 1955 Maserati 250F.
Paddins Dowling - 1934 ERA Type A R2A
Paddins Dowling – 1934 ERA Type A R2A
Three wheeling through Turn Eleven - Edward Nigro - 1960 Lola Mk I
Three wheeling through Turn Eleven – Edward Nigro – 1960 Lola Mk I

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  1. Before any comments on the limited number of camera placements let me say that the event was a one day event. I chose the three placements to give the best view of the cars in transition in the time I had to shoot. By mid afternoon the cold wind was blowing gravel and sand into my lens and me off the course. Back this weekend for a two day HMSA event and with a little weather luck it will rain. Nothing like rain to liven up the photography.

  2. It was windy going into the Corkscrew, thought a couple of times my RSR moved over a foot when the gust came. Great Job once again Dennis and a very fun event….all us “TUBSTERS” had a great time ! Best, Steve

  3. Once again fantastic job on bringing the action so close .. You know a potographer has capturing the moment when you can smell the burning Avon rubber and there is simply no aroma as sweet as excess Caster EarL sizzling on a hot Hooker header.

  4. That’s the way to shoot racing – close ups of cars at speed, tight crops, and no fakey tilts. I’ve shot trackside at Laguna-Seca many times (before photogs were prohibited by fencing) and sometimes it was in pouring rain and my feet became mud balls. But racing in rain produces wonderful photoswhich are more easily sold to leading publications. Very satisfying shots!

  5. I can’t believe you are apologizing for the camera shots. They are awesome. Wish I was there but now I feel like I was.