These are the settings and techniques I use to shoot motorsport photography

Motorsport photography by Christian Knowles
This capture in wet weather shows how a good panning technique and a fast shutter speed can result in amazing motorsport photography. 1/250 sec, f/9, ISO 640 (Image credit: Christian Knowles)

This image of 2021 MotoGP world champion Fabio Quartararo was taken in wet conditions, during the third and final practice session before the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. It shows his commitment and bravery in conditions where the slightest error could have resulted in an accident.

Motorsport is high-speed and high-adrenaline; here are five things to keep in mind to make sure you capture the moment as it speeds by...

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