This is how I saw this evening... It was all a blur.
My eyes could hardly focus after a work day behind the computer screen,
I prepped the DRB for a Double DRB battle.
But I was soon sandwiched between these two S13s
They were looking pretty good side by side so I stopped to get some shots.
New owner not scared to blast in the priceless art works.
But with respectful drivers the battle scars are kept to a minimum.
Of course following takes the door scrubbing out of the equation.
Lead car always waiting for the chaser to catch the line.
And in response gets close with a clean proximity.
These two were really driving well.
But soon you come across a car that means you have to change tactics.
So, park the rocket bunny and strap on the bunny.
I ramped up the boost on the Gemini chassis. T88 on a 2 litre is nice and laggy.
But line up any opponent and you just blast past.
This session had everyone out testing something.
loads of different chassis on track.
I like this section of the track with a forest back ground.
RWD style still driving hard.
But soon it was break time again... eyes a blur.
So time to get smooth and practice a line.
Working it hard.
My ol' DRB still working well, although I left some parts at home that I needed to get the setting right for GCRC. Front bumper weight and different springs are required to get the grip level I need on the polished concrete.
So rather than run that perfect line all night, I started to "play" with the RWD runners.
Constant Passing for around 50 laps. leaving just enough space for the pass.
The lines were a bit different but at the end we tried for a few solid laps.
The remaining runners barely with eyes open after a monster session.
But still managing to look super cool!
I must thank my photographer for the latter part of the evening... great images are an excellent reward for all.