The Dirt Classic 2018

Season 1. Blog 5.

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I decided I would go to the Dirt Classic, because what else would I do on a Saturday night in Central PA? I got there a little after 4pm, and gates opened at 3:30pm. I figured by going a little later, I would miss the rush to the pit shack, and get there in the nick of time to start taking some pit shots of teams getting set up and ready to start their night of racing at Lincoln Speedway.

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My night started off like any other, looking for different and unique shots, and ended with playing around with slow shutter speed exposures, down the backstretch. Enjoy a few of my favorite shots that can also be found on my website: killermilemotorsports.com.


 Cap Henry, and  Lane Racing  made a detour all the way from Michigan to Lincoln Speedway to compete for $27,000. Here is Cap, prior to going out for Heat in the motor.  Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/200 ISO 8000 f/4 @200mm

Cap Henry, and Lane Racing made a detour all the way from Michigan to Lincoln Speedway to compete for $27,000. Here is Cap, prior to going out for Heat in the motor.

Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/200 ISO 8000 f/4 @200mm


  Brian Montieth , driver of the  Premier Racing #21 , listens intently to his motor, after coming back to his pit box from getting pushed out for heat in the motor.  Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/200 ISO 5000 f/4 @180mm

Brian Montieth, driver of the Premier Racing #21, listens intently to his motor, after coming back to his pit box from getting pushed out for heat in the motor.

Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/200 ISO 5000 f/4 @180mm


  National Sprint Car Hall of Fame , Class of 2018,  Lance Dewease , one of the most dominant part time drivers in Central PA, was undeniably fast at Lincoln, the entire night, with 2nd quick in time trials,  Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/80 ISO 3200 f/4 @127mm

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, Class of 2018, Lance Dewease, one of the most dominant part time drivers in Central PA, was undeniably fast at Lincoln, the entire night, with 2nd quick in time trials,

Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/80 ISO 3200 f/4 @127mm


 2010 Knoxville Nationals winner,  Tim Shaffer , is one of the most consistent drivers currently, and was hooked up at Lincoln from the get go! Setting Quick Time at the start of the evening (with 12.958 sec. lap time) and overall winning $27,000 and the  Dirt Classic 5  title.  Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/160 ISO 8000 f/4 @164mm

2010 Knoxville Nationals winner, Tim Shaffer, is one of the most consistent drivers currently, and was hooked up at Lincoln from the get go! Setting Quick Time at the start of the evening (with 12.958 sec. lap time) and overall winning $27,000 and the Dirt Classic 5 title.

Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/160 ISO 8000 f/4 @164mm


  JJ Grasso , the man from New Jersey, traveled in to Lincoln Speedway, and had a pretty good overall night. Took home 2nd (from starting 6th), in the feature, after being a hard contender most of the night!  Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/160 ISO 10000 f/4 @200mm

JJ Grasso, the man from New Jersey, traveled in to Lincoln Speedway, and had a pretty good overall night. Took home 2nd (from starting 6th), in the feature, after being a hard contender most of the night!

Sony a7Rii (70-200mm f/4 Sony Lens) - 1/160 ISO 10000 f/4 @200mm


More of images from The Dirt Classic can be found at killermilemotorsports.com or at the direct link: https://killermilemotorsports.smugmug.com/Dirt-Classic/The-Dirt-Classic-2018/


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