Posts Tagged ‘WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’

2016 12 Hours at Sebring

Yes, it is a 12 hour race; that is true. But for most of us, race day is more like a 20 hour race or more preceeded by a week’s worth of very long days. My Saturday started out at 5AM when the alarm went off and I fell asleep on the couch pretty much […]

2016 Sebring 12 Hours Grid Group Day

Tomorrow is the first day the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship cars will take to the track. Well, actually, that’s not entirely correct. At the close of the day, there were a few cars out on the back straight for a group shout of the entire field. It’s late, so I’m going to spare you and not […]

Second Session Winter Testing

I didn’t spend too much time out on the track today, when I went out this afternoon, the light was too short and I wasn’t feeling it.  I shot a few near the crossover bridge for the Green Park and then went back to the pits to finish up. It looks like many of the […]

2016 WeatherTech Winter Testing at Sebring

Day one for the big guns has started out bright, sunny, cold and loud. Nearly everyone went out on to track right away and most have been pounding around since 8AM. A Michelin rep just walked up to me and said that Scott Dixon is not only in the Ganassi #67 as I type, but […]

Upcoming: IMSA Winter Testing at Sebring

Next week, the IMSA circus travels back to central Florida and Sebring for the first sanctioned testing there since 2014 and the merger. Normally, winter testing at Sebring was in mid November. When ALMS and GrandAM merged, we had ALMS testing at Sebring in November. Then a few days later, everyone went up to Daytona for […]

2016 Rolex 24 at Daytona

It’s fitting that the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship starts out with the two longest races on its calendar, the Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. If you can make it through those two weeks, you might just survive working the rest of the season. For us, the race doesn’t start on Saturday, […]

2016 Roar Before The 24

Blogging is hard.  Between shooting, editing and sending files to clients, keeping up with social networking updates, chasing new work…….A week after the event and you sit down to try to write about what happened. You sit there and wonder, what happened that was different or interesting? Did I try anything new? Did I figure anything […]

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