The very best F1 photography
During the Austrian Grand Prix, I spent some time photographing guests in the Paddock Club, the VIP hospitality area that is located directly above the pitlane.
Kimi Räikkönen came in for his one and only pitstop, so I took this shot of him having his tyres changed. I deliberately went with a wider angle, which means the Ferrari is framed by the two red lines that denote the two edges of the pitlane.
What is unusual about this image is that I took it with a mirrorless Sony A9 rather than my usual bulky Canon. It has a little screen that icks up, which makes positioning the camera a lot easier, particularly when leaning over a balcony.