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GP Week : Issue 156
THROUGH THE LENS ... Monaco F1 Grand Prix To be honest, I kind-of lucked in to the Kobayashi flying shot (featured in our last issue)! Ten agencies are given a sticker for a spot at the first corner and when I arrived there was only one spot left, so I was stuck on the outside looking down the pit straight. I'd kept the shot pretty wide, as you need to follow action as it unfolds, and when Grosjean went spinning across the track I was prepared for a big accident. I was expecting someone to hit the Lotus and so started firing off the shots. Once the field had gone through I looked back at them and saw the frames where Kobayashi was completely in the air – I hadn't even noticed when I was shooting!This is the start of that incident, with Grosjean the focal point Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV | ISO Speed: 1000 | Aperture 1:18.0 | Zoom length: 300mm | Exposure 1/800 sec