We were at the Leadfoot festival this year taking photos for Parkside Media the article can be found here More photos can be seen and purchased here
Archive for category: Off Road
New track, same level of difficulty for all of the 90 entries. Race day weather was perfect, after the rain of the previous days, allowing the track to dry out. The signature obstacle was the tunnel. At the end of day one, Ben Thomasen was the only competitor to complete 10 laps and was leading […]
Well that’s another Woodhill 100 over and done with. As expected it was a gut and car breaking event. Congratulations to the winners and those who finished. Commiserations to those who didn’t. A special thanks to Grahame Steedman for driving me around the track and to the organisers for putting on such a great event. […]
The Race to the Sky-Wanaka 2015 Here’s the thing……. Sometimes you get an idea and sometimes, just sometimes, it’s even a good one. Having been a long time fan of the Race to the Sky always having wanted to attend, when it was announced that is was to be run again this year, I got […]
The final North Island round of the 2014 New Zealand Offroad racing Championship was held at Matata on October 4. The changeable weather made conditions interesting for competitors and photographers alike.
A group of hardy four wheel drivers braved the inclement Auckland weather for a run down the beach from South Head to Muriwai
On A perfect night for 4WDing, 97 vehicles came along to rip up the forest tracks
fter a foggy start the sun came out and the mild autumn day became a scorcher. Even with the track being watered it was still dusty. Thanks to all for excellent racing and the chance to take great photos.
was lucky enough to be invited to join the Auckland Four Wheel Drive Club on their annual charity run in the Mt Tongariro national Park. The weather was kind and the terrain, while challenging in a few places, was largely moderate. That did not detract from the fun had by all. Proceed from the run […]
t was a day of incident packed racing on a fast drying track, punctuated by Neil Hook’s spectacular cartwheel crash. Fortunately Neil was unhurt but 1005 will need some work. As always it was great fun to capture.