Shropshire Road Rally

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    A few shots from earlier this year. These road rallies are held late at night along an approved route and within road traffic laws. They have a 30 mph average speed but 30 mph average down narrow, twisty lanes and muddy tracks can be a little hairy & difficuly to maintain!

    1, The Navigator. Inside the car it's nothing like as peacefull!

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    2, "Slot right down muddy track" Take a big breath & go for it!

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    3, It's steep, muddy & slippy, but there's still time to give a thumbs up!

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    4, Lastly, this is my nav Matt on the other side of the muddy track. Bleedin Nikon users! :lol:

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    Jeez - do people still race the old Escorts?

    Looks like his front wheels are in the air in that one
     
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    Loads of MKI & MKII Escorts in Road Rallying! 100% rear wheel drive fun! :)
     
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    How did you light up shot 2 and 3 so much?
     
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    2 & 3 were lit with a normal, pretty basic flash. (Starblitz 2000BTZ)

    Basicly everything set manually from flash to focus.
     

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