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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.

Pho­tog­ra­pher G:lenn Dun­bar

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