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    Default Methanol and burning rubber

    Few with the70-200 2.8 mkII and mkIII 1.4 extender, not my first choice for the track but think it worked out pretty well.

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    #4 - completely original all steel Willys [sigh]


    #5 - LOVIN IT - the white bar at the bottom is the nearside track wall, just managed to keep the wheels in sight above it


    Won't bore you with anymore for now, the full gallery if it's something you like is HERE

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    Stunning David.

    Great panning, with lots of background and tyre blur.
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    Cracking set David, love them all.

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    Very nice young man.
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    Lovely set David

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    Very well done, love the shiny asphalt render

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    Default Re: Methanol and burning rubber

    Quote Originally Posted by DanFlag View Post
    Very well done, love the shiny asphalt render
    No render needed, the track has the shiny look to it due to the glue they spray on it for traction as you can see them re-applying it here

    Very very sweet smelling and truly sticky, tried walking on it once and nearly pulled my boots off lol.

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    the track has the shiny look to it due to the glue they spray on it for traction
    Hmmm, maybe that's what Bottas used for his amazing F1 start!
    Colin



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