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GP Week : Issue 167
THROUGH THE LENS ... Italian F1 Grand Prix This is a nice shot because it's so clean, with nothing between me and the cars. I know the opportunities from here well as I've shot from the Parabolica for about 20 years now! We try and cover the four main overtaking opportunities at the circuit – Turn 1, the Roggia chicane, Ascari chicane and Parabolica – and it allows me to do the grid shots first and then walk back from the grid to the last corner. I'm standing where the old banking joins the track, where it's a lot wider onto the start/ finish straight, and Massa is stuck behind Ricciardo at this point, with Vettel and Alonso close behind; it's amazing how quick the cars come by you here. The old tower on the left had been done up a few years ago but it's good to see the history remains around the circuit, with a kerb still visible on the outside of where the banking joins the track. Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV ¦ ISO Speed: 200 ¦ Aperture: F9 ¦ Focal length: 120.0mm ¦ Exposure: 1/640 Sec ¦ Exposure mode: Manual