All shots taken with
a Nikon D90 with various settings.
With a ton of
cacklefest shots to choose from, this shot of Art Chrisman's
car Saturday night at the CHRR (on his 80th birthday I'm told)
is my personal favorite. And I couldn't figure out how to tell
Troy Green and High Speed Motor
Sports and Bret Harris in the Nitro Thunder car. This is their
semi final round at the CHRR. The story of drag racing is shown
here. Well, one of them. A really close race until a parts failure
occurs. Shot at about 190', just after the blower belt went away
on the red car. Troy went on to the finals - won by Rick McGee.
Sunday at the Boise Night fire
Nationals - the High Speed Motor Sports car is in the trailer
with evidence that the burst panel did all that it could to save
the day, but that it wasn't quite enough. (Notice the manifold
The Boise Nightfire Nationals
FC semi finals, a great example of close competition between
team mates and rivals Garrett Bateman (near) and Bucky Austin
(far lane). Shot at about 220'. Bucky was behind at the start,
but would pull just a bit ahead by the finish.
Langley's Scorpion I that was recreated by Don Ross on display
at the NHRR.
Walt Stevens at the California
Hot Rod Reunion, Saturday night Eliminations. He is getting ready
to back up the High Speed Motor Sports top fueler for their first
round run. Walt had been honored the night before by the Reunion
organizers and fellow racers at the CHRR Reception, and had obviously
figured out how to pose for his picture to be taken!
Patrick Shelar paying the price
for the heat and humidity at Bowling Green. Lesson #1. No matter
HOW hot it is, never ever ever leave yourself vulnerable by falling
sound asleep in the pits!!! The perpetrator is his dad, Tom Shelar.
NHRR Saturday night qualifying
at Bowling Green, KY, and a preview of the final the next day.
Troy Green - High Speed Motorsports and Denver Schutz - Raisin
Express 2. Ya gotta love the flames!
Pinks All Out event at Famoso
Raceway. The weather is hot, and the air very still. It's Friday
night, September 11th. The flag is at half mast. We were all
remembering AND racing.
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Pinks All Out, at Famoso Raceway
in Bakersfield. Brad Thompson getting ready for an exhibition
run. The film crew had a ton of lighting set up - so why not
take advantage of it!