Formula Drift 2010 Atlanta

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  1. AtlPikMan

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    Here are my some of my shots from Formula Drift Atlanta. The meet was last month. I didnt have a press pass this time atound but, i came away with a high number of keepers. All shoots were with my 70-200 w 1.4 Tc.

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    ...I have more, if anyones interested.
     
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    Nice shots!
     
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    Amazing shots. I wanted to travel to a Formula Drift even this year, but just didn't have the time or money.
     
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    great shots!
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Nice photos.

    As a form of entertainment it's pretty dramatic, all show and not so much go. ;)

    I'm always looking to get around a paved racetrack in the shortest time I possible can, and that means slidin' is slow.

    Actually, the fastest way through a paved corner is when you have 7% to 10% of tire slippage and you're on the right line to maximize corner exit speed onto the next straight.

    But, that's racing, not drifting. :thumbup:
     

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