I spent four hours at Rudskogen Motor Raceway tonight, at an event hosted by Autostrada Sport. A nice collection of Ferraris, Maseratis, BMWs and Porsches turned up (even a Lamborghini and an Aston Martin). As usual I spent some time photographing, before Marius took me for loads of laps in the black GT2.
Marius and I attended yet another trackday by Norsk Sportsvogn Klubb (NSK) at Rudskogen today, and here are the best shots from the day (I spent most of the day in the passenger seat of the GT2, so not many shots today).
Teodor and Iselin
Udo Starting the Long Corner
GT3 in Queue
Classic Ford Mustang
Bonus: I got one of my n95 pictures in the local newspaper: Trailer tips over at local road. You can even see the GT2 as a black line in the left corner of the image. Didn’t have time to do anything proper, as we were just speeding past on our way to Rudskogen.
While I was working today, Marius and Eirik spent some time at Norsk Sportsvogn Klubb’s trackday at Rudskogen. I joined them after finishing up the usual saturday routine, and got the opportunity to snap a few shots before calling it the day. We even managed to get a small spin captured on the cam after a car spun the previous round and left some fluids in a corner. Video included!
A few pictures:
(by Eirik while Marius and I were waiting to get out on the track)
And the vid of the day:
Tomorrow we’re heading out for auto slalom again, so I’ll try to get a few shots online tomorrow night too.
I went for a visit when the guys from the Track, Sea & Party gathered at Rudskogen Motor Speedway today, an event held by Von Braun Sports Cars. As usual when I attend a track event it rained, so the photos are a bit dark. Marius drove the GT2, so I tagged along with him. When we were leaving for Fredrikstad, he complained that the GT2 didn’t notice that he removed the key any more. A bit of checking on the intarwebs when we got home revealed that this was a common problem, and after a bit of checking around, the incredible guys over at Autozentrum in Oslo got him the part, late at friday’s night, the evening before the national day. That’s simply an awesome customer service, so if you ask where you’re going to buy your next Porsche, you know who you should call (give the guys at Autotuning Råde a call too, tho).