Week 14 - Drift racing in Tynagh, part 2

I decided to skip week 13 and go straight on to week 14.... Ok, I'm joking, we were away for a couple of days and I did'nt bring the camera with me. Anyway, time for another blog! I was back in Tynagh over the weekend to photograph another round of the IGR championship series. And this time, I'm really happy with the results!

Blue skies! The weather was definitely  better than the constant drizzle we had to put up with the last time

My personal favorite, it's an old.....Daihatsu...? I'm really not exactly sure what it is, but by god he was fast.

Looks good in b/w, doesn't it?

Pink smoke!

Those two were fantastic together!

Orange!

An old BMW E30 with a burbling V8? Yes please!

Sideways!

And that's it for the moment, I'll upload a few more images into the gallery in the next couple of days. As always thanks for looking, leave a comment if you like the post, or even better, share this blog post. 

 

Week 8 - Sideways

Another short blog post today. But today its not because I didn't get out with the camera, no its quite the opposite. Sigita Playdon, a fellow photographer from Galway Camera Club,  and I went to photograph a drift race in Tynagh. After photographing the Galway Rally two weeks ago, this was the second motorsport event I got to photograph recently, 

And I have to say, it's a nice break from landscapes and portraits, I'm really getting into this type of photography. Anyway, I came home with around 1200 jpegs to go through....which could take a while....:)

So here is just one image from today...going sideways! I'll update the blog during the week and add some more shots from Tynagh. 

Better late than never, more shots from Tynagh.

Shooting the vent was great fun, despite of the rain. There is another race in April, and I'd love to give it another go. 

BMW seems to be the brand of choice when it comes to drifting...

Re-fuel

A little panorama 

Ok, let's try a different colour...

Shooting the race was fun....going through 1200 afterward....not so much

That's nearly it from Tynagh