I quite like photographing racing cars in the wet – the cars at the front look great – water splashing off the tyres and streaming over the bodywork.     The cars behind are harder to capture due to the ball of spray that follows the leaders.  Rockingham was no exception, on the Saturday at least, when it was very wet and one session was stopped due to flooding.

The picture shows Ewen Sergison cresting the rise at Chapman Curve with the Rockingham writing visible on the oval section in the background.   The rain is hammering down on the circuit, the rain splashing as it hits the ground, with Ewen’s car creating rooster tails behind as well as spray.

Sunday was dry and sunny most of the day in comparison!

Photos can be viewed here

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