Photographic comments - Fast cars present a number of problems. Just taking a picture of one results in blur (8). A faster shutter speed makes them look like they're parked (9). A faster shutter speed, like 1/8000 of a second can stop a car traveling at 160mph enough to read what brand of tires it's using. (10)! A longer shutter speed, but following the car makes a more interesting shot. (12) was taken at 1/80th and (14) was 1/60th. Both these cars were traveling at full speed down the front straight. Our seats were about halfway down the front straight, directly across from the pit of race winner Christiano da Matta! Not bad for free seats... Thanks Ken!