I visited and shot a Tractor Pulling-event about a month ago, and since I never even seen a contraption like that I had no idea what to expect. Impressive machines I must say, V16 32 liter machines have an effect on me that few other things have ( human examples excepted ). Even the small engines like the 426 Hemis leaves an impression on most people. Anyway, I have not a clue on what kind of photos these people expect and regard as "wow, that's a cool photo". My experience comes from motorsports that actually have some speed to them, like roadracing and so on, but these vehicles are actually "racing" along at 5-30 mph which makes it very very hard to put some sense of speed in to the pictures. The event was held in the evening with the sun rapidly going away but still lighting up the sky, so for the first time when shooting motorsports I used the Sigma 30/1,4, not the first choice for these kind of photos normally, but it performed....not bad at all really, but please disregard the overly bright sky in the background of some photos. So, to conclude, what kind of pictures do the Tractor pulling-folks like and are these anywhere close to what they expect? --And by the way, I´m not sure if these kind of photos, ( Jet-Ski, Roadracing, Super-Moto and so on ) belong here or in the: Planes, trains..and so on Forum. It´s sports but it is also different vehicles, please direct me in the right direction if this is not the place to post these kind of photos. 1. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/2.2    1/50s    ISO 160 2. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/1.6    1/30s    ISO 250 3. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/4.0    1/20s    ISO 100 4. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/1.8    1/50s    ISO 160 5. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/1.6    1/50s    ISO 160 6. NIKON D200    ---    150mm    f/3.5    1/250s    ISO 200 7. NIKON D200    ---    50mm    f/5.0    1/50s    ISO 200 8. NIKON D200    ---    30mm    f/3.5    1/30s    ISO 100 To be honest, I´m not that happy with the results, and I´m greatful for any suggestions to be able to get better results next time.