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GP Week : Issue 158
THROUGH THE LENS ... Canadian F1 Grand Prix We always try to get this finish shot even though it's a rush to get to it each year. As the leader goes through to start the last lap we have to run across to the pit wall, get our position (which doubles up for a podium shot) and have enough time to sneak in this shot of the driver crossing the line. I quickly whacked the shutter speed up to 1/2000th of a second – because the cars come over that line at about 260 or 270 km/h you need a quicker shutter speed. It's a great picture because you have the start- finish line with the words "Salut Gilles" – a tribute to Gilles Villeneuve who the circuit is also named after. It reminds me of the line of bricks that run across the finish line at Indianapolis and with the fans in the background it makes for a great shot. Mark Sutton