MotoGP is a fascinating sport. It is dominated by a few, but adored by many millions around the globe. Sometimes drawing more crowds to a race than the four wheeled Grand Prix cars do. Austin’s Circuit of the Americas played host to it’s first race weekend last November for the second to last round of the Formula One championship. Five short months later, the Grand Prix bikes had their chance at the massive 3.4 mile Texas behemoth for round two of the MotoGP World Championsh
What an incredible and completely wild ride 2012 has been. Where do I even begin to sum it all up? Four Indycar races; Two Grand Am races; Three NASCAR races; Two ALMS races; Four days of Formula One testing in Barcelona; the inaugural United States Grand Prix in Austin; the 24 Hours of Le Mans; a two week trip to England covering five racing series at three different tracks; the Kentucky Derby; 12 days in Colorado for Pikes Peak International Hill Climb; the Harry Miller Clu
There are cars. Then there are cars. And then there are the kind of cars that turn heads no matter who you are and what you know about automobiles. I received an email asking if I would photograph two automobiles heading for auction in California this summer. After agreeing, the auction house told me which two cars I would be photographing for them, and needless to say, my mouth actually fell open upon reading. These two cars are in some very rare air in the automotive world.
With bubbas, bankers, and everyone in between filling the grandstands for the 53rd running of the Coca Cola 600, NASCAR once more gave the command to fire engines at Charlotte Motorspeedway on a warm and sunny Memorial Day weekend. Being one of the crown jewels on the NASCAR calendar, as well as the longest sanctioned race of the year, Charlotte Motorspeedway and NASCAR wanted to put on a show that would celebrate the sacrifices our veterans, past and present, have made for o