This was my first time of being at Silverstone. It was a fantastic day – car mecca I called it.
As you can see from the pictures below, I was mainly interested in the cars from the 80s and 90s; irregardless of power, condition or style. Japfest is one of my favourite events on the calendar.
Players 10 usually marks the end of the car show year. It holds a special place in my heart as it was the first show I had ever been too.
Unfortunately due to the date it is held the skies are usually overcast and makes taking pictures a little difficult.
This day was pretty good, however I didn’t take lots of pictures. I was more interested in the stock/factory cars over the modified examples.
November isn’t normally the season for a car show – the days are short, cold and often raining. However David Freiburger from the show RoadKill was making a UK visit and would be stopping off at EBC Brakes. EBC Brakes took this opportunity for a meet and greet, and a small static meet. No entry price, just turn up and enjoy – which is exactly what we did. A small meet in the grand scheme of things, but enjoyable enough. I didn’t meet David, I get a bit nervous about that sort of thing; but he seemed to enjoy what the UK can provide.
This was the first ever static show that I drove myself to.
It was a pretty decent day and started my enjoyment for taking pictures of cars at shows – more as a hobby of cataloguing what is out there.
Please forgive some of these pictures, some are slightly out of focus, or the white balance is horrendously off. This was my first time trying and things only really improved from here on. Also being mid-September I had to deal with horrendous overcast.