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Frazer Nash Sebring No 42 by Willie Jackson


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The 1954 Frazer Nash Sebring of Jonathan Proctor and Patrick Blakeney-Edwards during wet qualifying on Friday 22nd July 2012 for the Woodcote Trophy at the Silverstone Classic.

Camera model NIKON D7000
Focal length 300 mm
Focal length (35mm) 450 mm
Max lens aperture f/5.7
Exposure 1/250 at f/11
Flash Not fired, compulsory mode
Exposure bias +1/3 EV
Exposure mode Manual
Exposure prog. Manual
ISO speed ISO 800
Metering mode Center-weighted average

Confirmed Petrol Head first and foremost, who happens to enjoy photography as a hobby.
I was bitten by the motor sport bug at a young age and prefer long distance sports car racing over single seaters. I also love the passion and enthusiasm of the owners and drivers of historic race cars and find this form of motorsport, as well as rallying, the most spectacular because of the lower grip levels and loose style of driving employed.

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  • Nigel Bangert
    Nigel Bangertover 2 years ago

    Great image, brings back memories of the summer for me, when the rain was warm!

  • What an atrocious summer we have had! Gave me the chance to grab some wet weather action though.

    – Willie Jackson

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