From moody action shots at the end of Friday to quiet moments in the garage, we were treated to some dramatic imagery throughout our home Grand Prix weekend.
Join Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One™ Team and Motorsport Images photographer Zak Mauger as he explains the details behind his favourite shots from the British Grand Prix.
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 70-200mm Lens
"The sun was in and out all afternoon on Friday, which made it difficult to get the timing right for the perfect picture.
"This was shot just as FP2 came to a close where the sun made a brief appearance. I love the moody sky with the car shining in the sun."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 50mm Lens
"FP1 was a washout and with both drivers in the garage with their helmets off, this provided a great opportunity to try out plenty of different angles.
"This is shot through the data screens that sit on the front of the car, using a wide-open aperture to really narrow the focus on Lance."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 24mm Lens
"During FP3, the team usually do a few practice pitstops. One of them is usually with a burnout to add some extra grip to the pitbox. I suppose this shot is all about showcasing how the team works, and being in the correct position for the burnout.
"I have used a slow shutter speed to show some speed whilst keeping the rear wheel sharp."
Shot on a Canon 1DX Mark II, 35mm Lens
"This is in a similar style to the second photo.
"Sebastian had his helmet balanced on the halo and I have shot through the visor to create quite a cool effect with the lights from the top of the garage."
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