You’re out of line
Although the Chinese GP is on early in the morning for European TV audiences, it’s run quite late in the afternoon in Shanghai. As it was clear for race day, towards the end of the grand prix the cars head along the start/finish straight into the setting sun.
During the Safety Car period (for the debris caused by the two Toro Rossos tangling with each other) I decided to head to the last corner to capture a rear shot of the field bunched up.
I was hoping something might happen and for the Haas of Romain Grosjean it did. He struggled with getting temperature into his tyres, got sideways and so nearly took out Fernando Alonso’s Mclaren.
Where Shanghai, China When 3.13pm, Sunday 15 April 2018 Details Canon EOS-1DX MKII, 600mm lens, 1/1000th @ F9.0