Our Bonneville Speed Week 2020 Photos Continue! Bitchin Hot Rods On The Salt!


Our Bonneville Speed Week 2020 Photos Continue! Bitchin Hot Rods On The Salt!

One of the ultra cool things about Bonneville are the number of cool old hot rods and customs that show up on the salt on Saturday and Sunday of the first weekend of racing action. It makes us cringe sometimes because we can’t stand the thought of bringing something cool out here and someday rusting out, but many of these dudes have been doing this for years and come out to hang out and be seen and then clean the hell out of the thing and get it back home. The variety is cool, the style is sometimes traditional and sometimes a bit weird, but always fun to check out. Lots of the these guys cruise the pits, hit the starting line area, and just cruise around the salt looking for anything fun and exciting to check out. Of course they are also there to show off these cool rides, so you’ll often times find groups of them parked together somewhere where everyone will see them and take pictures. Of course we’re ultra glad to oblige and think its pretty cool when we can bring something like this to you on such an awesome blank canvas.

We say blank canvas because the salt is arguably the best thing to shoot a car on ever. With very little shadows, amazing reflection of light, and such nice white to bring out the colors, it is unlikely you’ll find a nicer place to shoot a car that doesn’t involve a giant light box and a coved white room. This place is pure rad when it comes to photos.

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3 thoughts on “Our Bonneville Speed Week 2020 Photos Continue! Bitchin Hot Rods On The Salt!

  1. Robert Main

    Where’s Waldo AGAIN??? NO pictures on Speed Demon Again Today.
    Guys, the Demon is really out there. I guess you’re too busy with parked cars in the pits. It ran three times on Saturday. It’s first run on Saturday was 389 MPH. The second run at 2:00 PM was 411 MPH at mile 5, exit speed 421MPH. The third run at 5:00 PM was 447 MPH at mile 5, exit 455 MPH. Unfortunately, the engine blew and they’re fixing/replacing parts today. The Demon will run again tomorrow, Monday morning.

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  2. Tom P

    Great report Robert. 455mph is showing some potential. I hope they get it back together.

    I am glad this event didn’t get cancelled like so many others. Not that i can even cross the border to get to it.

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