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Formula One Race
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One of the favourite spots for sports photographers on the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona is the service track between turn 2, the "Renault" curve and turn 6, the "Seat" curve. Right after the start of a race there is a chance to get pictures of a car pile up in from a high vantage point overlooking turn 2, turn six is a slow tight bend where the Moncoques get very close.

Copyright: Michael Kolvenbach
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Uploaded: 19/09/2012
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