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GP Week : Issue 162
THROUGH THE LENS ... British F1 Grand Prix Silverstone is full of great locations: from this spot can see all the way back round to Stowe and follow cars fighting through Stowe to Vale, Club and then out on to the pit straight. There's a full sequence of Hamilton and Alonso having a real battle on one lap – I've got a sequence of about 12 shots in total. Fernando tries to have a look around the outside of Vale and then undercut Hamilton but he defends well. The main thing about these shots is you have to be really 'on it'. You have to really concentrate and it's a matter of follow focusing with your autofocus and also concentrating on where they're going to go. Mark Sutton – Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV ¦ ISO Speed: 200 ¦ Aperture: F10 ¦ Focal length: 500.0mm ¦ Exposure: 1/640 Sec ¦ Exposure mode: Manual