Land Speed Coverage: Action Photos From The 2015 ECTA September Meet – Final Runs Of 2015


Land Speed Coverage: Action Photos From The 2015 ECTA September Meet – Final Runs Of 2015

(Photos by David Whealon) – The final event of the 2015 ECTA season was a barn burner for sure. The place was jammed packed with more motorcycles and hot rods than anyone could remember, the speeds were big with Shane Stubbs riding some 248mph on a motorcycle that had no body work on it, Ron Keslowski ran 236 mph in a modified stock car, and there were essentially 200mph runs raining from the sky. The other thing that rained from the sky was…uhhh, rain and while that shortened Saturday up a little, Sunday was run on a good pace and nearly 300 trips down the Ohio Mile that day before race officials had to pack up their tents and send everyone packing for home.

David Whealon is the official event photographer for the ECTA Ohio Mile and his stuff is awesome. In this collection of photos you’ll find images from the pits and lots of them from both the top end and starting line. The top end stuff is gnarly because Whealon shoots with some long glass on his camera and catches lots of great details of the high speed runs. From sparking electric motorcycles to long wheelbase lakesters and ‘liners, Whealon got them all.

If you are a racer or something in this collection of photos strikes you fancy and you want it mounted on the wall at your house, hit the link below and make it happen. David’s the ECTA “guy” and your official source for event photos.

WANT TO SCORE A PRINT OF YOUR CAR? HERE’S DAVID’S WEBSITE – GET ‘EM HERE

CLICK THE ECTA IMAGES BELOW TO SEE THEM FULL SIZE –

 


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One thought on “Land Speed Coverage: Action Photos From The 2015 ECTA September Meet – Final Runs Of 2015

  1. Dan Stokes

    Pic on order. David takes such wonder “at speed” shots!

    It was an excellent meet. Good fun, great folks, lots of interesting iron. I’m looking forward to next year, hopefully with more SPEED!

    Dan

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