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10. Sahara Force India F1 VJM09 nosecone
Lovely use of side light to show off water droplets during an otherwise miserable session at Albert Park.
9. Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF16-H passes a duck
Wildlife on a circuit always gets a nod. Carry on ducky!
8. #51 Spirit of Race Ferrari 458: Peter Mann, Raffaele Giammaria, Matteo Cressoni
When it rains it pours at Sebring. An impressive sight on the back straight.
7. Jorge Lorenzo, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP, Yamaha with the trophy
Lorenzo taking a bite of a shell. Yep that'll make the list.
6. #911 Porsche Team North America Porsche 911 RSR: Nick Tandy, Patrick Pilet, Kevin Estre
This exquisite pan shot satisfies our need to have nice, straight lines. Those guardrails..
5. Overall winners Johannes van Overbeek, Scott Sharp, Ed Brown, Pipo Derani, ESM Racing
That time your teammate pour orange juice all over you while celebrating your 12 Hours of Sebring victory.
4. Jimmie Johnson, Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet race winner
Love him or hate him, Jimmie Johnson is a legend of the sport. A super man of the sport, if you will. #sorrynotsorry
3. Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP, Yamaha
Those famous Losail lights on display.
2. Podium: winner Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1 Team
Nico is always good for some nice emotion when he wins a Grand Prix. In this case, we had the choice between a cleaner background with sky, or this busier one with people. We think the people add to the moment, and gives the shot more atmosphere.
1. Fernando Alonso, McLaren MP4-31 in a huge crash
The clear winner this week. Honestly the whole sequence could have made the top 10 list but this one takes the cake. The debris everywhere, the motion, the details, as Alonso starts his roll in the sand trap. Brilliant capture.