I've spent every weekend since going through and post-processing the hundreds of photographs I took over the two-day event. There are a few images I'm really happy with and many I'm not but, overall, I think I did OK for my first burnout shoot.
Although it was a burnout competition, it was also an opportunity for owners to show off their pride and joy in the Cruise the Track event.
I've been very happy with my Canon 70-200mm f2.8L lens. I haven't been able to use it much since I bought it, so this event gave it a good workout and some of the images are incredibly crisp.
My only disappointment was that I left Sunday, around lunch time, as I wasn't feeling well (probably too much sun and heat). The finals were on that afternoon and evening and were pretty speccy. Some of the photographers who stayed until the final evening, shot images of massive burnouts and cars on fire. I'd love to have captured some of those. I should have returned once I felt better: that's another lesson I learned.