British Superbikes @ Thruxton - Raceday on Monday :)

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  1. Az_GTi

    Az_GTi TPF Noob!

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    I was at a jam packed Thruxton on Bank Holiday Monday for the British Superbikes and supporting races. I've never seen the place so busy!!! Really was hectic. Getting decent photos wasn't easy, huge crowds, marshalls and pro togs in the way, also the bright sun didn't help. Luckily I got quite a decent spot at Club Chicane but I had to camp there all day so not the usual variety I aim for :p

    Here's a few compressed "forum friendly sized" photos...

    #1 I like this one because of the reflection off the riders visor ;)
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    #2 Shakey Byrne storms through the field after recieving a two-row penalty for continuing a lap once the session had stopped! None of could believe he carried on... nutter!
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    #3 Hawk Kawasaki of Peter Hickman leads the chasing pack...
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    #4 Double race winner and 2005 Champion Gregorio Lavilla gives the crowd a :thumbup: after a faultless ride...
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    If you want you can view more and larger versions here - http://www.ae-photography.co.uk/170406.html (be patient it may take a few seconds to load up)

    As ever comments appreciated ;)

    Cheers
     
  2. willpops

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    Wow wow wow !!! The first third are BEAU-TI-FUL !!! I want moooore !!!
     
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    Great job on these as always!
    Really like #3 :D
     
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    Excellent!
     
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    Great work! Nothing I like better then good action photos :thumbsup:

    Eric
     
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    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice shots, my fav is #3
     
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    good action shots
     
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    brilliant shooting, mag quality.. awesome!

    I need to find a motocross event around here., looks like fun!
     
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    excellent job!

    i like the first 2 photos

    great job!
     
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    #3! the symetry of the riders is great. its almost refrence to a multi exposere as thats how it would look. but it is just one shot and different people. (sorry, im drunk if it explains my random sentance structure)
     
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    !!!! 3 Is amazing, come on can we see some more? :hail:
     
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    #3 is a killer shot - really well captured. Love the vibrant colours and the frozen action! The helmet reflection in #1 really stands out too!

    Rob
     

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