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Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his favourite shots from the dramatic Brazilian Grand Prix.Collision courseCamera - Nikon D5 body | Lens - Nikkor 200-400mm F4 ?| Shutter speed - 1/1000th of a second | Aperture - F5.6 | ISO - 1600I was at Turn 10, the hairpin, but I kept seeing people crash and thought Im in the wrong place here. So I moved up the circuit and its honestly mindblowing how quick they are going in the rain, pulling out of the spray of other cars. I was just photographing the photographers standing trackside and then saw Massa have a moment at the top of the corner. He clipped the barrier and I just kept shooting -- I had the 400 on so it was a bit tight. When he hit the barrier it was more frontal, so it was a bit of the front wing came off. I didnt really see what happened after that -- I just knew I had to get the wide angle on for the next shots of him getting out of the car.Massas final farewellCamera - Nikon D5 body | Lens - 70-200mm F2.8 | Shutter speed - 1/500th of a second | Aperture - F5.6 | ISO - 1600This was a walk of emotion, coming out of the car and waving to the crowd over the barrier. Then one of the marshals gave him a flag and I thought well, thats the shot, as he walked away. I couldnt get any closer because that was the track, he actually shouldnt have been where he was but it created a great picture. I could see the flag was floating above his head so I was waiting for a shot of when I could see his face. When I first sent these back at the media centre I was in such a rush I dont think I sent the best shot from this sequence, I sent one where you cant see his face.I was changing lenses in the rain and it was a rush, to be honest. Youre waiting for those moments to happen and when they do you have a smile on your face in the background, you just go with it. There was still the rest of the race to finish so you have to focus on your job. nRain delayCamera - Nikon D5 body | Lens - Nikkor 70-200 F2.8 | Shutter speed - 1/320th of a second | Aperture - F11 | ISO - 1600The rain delay made for a chaotic afternoon. The race was on-again off-again several times and it made it chaotic. One good shot to come from it was the train of cars behind the safety car. Its not often you get this sort of shot in a race -- theres obviously the formation lap, but this had the added benefit of the spray, creating a good picture.Because of the chaos of the race I missed Marcus Ericssons crash as I had been positioned elsewhere on the circuit.20 down, one to goCamera - Nikon D5 body | Lens - Nikkor 200-400mm F4 | Shutter Speed - 1/640th of a second | Aperture - F6.3 | ISO - 1000This was a good shot between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on the podium. Often in these last few years we havent seen much between them in the last few seasons when theyve been up there, its often tense and they sometimes act like the other one isnt there. This has been the story of the season, theyve been fighting all year. I think whoever wins they will hug each other and shake hands and say the best man one. I think theres more respect evident between them this year than in previous years. NBA Jerseys China . 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But Gloucestershire fought hard to stave off defeat, taking the game into a third session to really test the patience of a young Kent spine.In previous years, when Championship cricket might have been regarded as a nuisance, today it was evident just how much it meant to Kent. While the bowlers started too wide, they improved their lines throughout the day and, with Sam Northeast constantly changing an energetic field to employ tactics that came good, there was something that told you that Kent would see this home.The wicket of Jack Taylor perhaps summed up the quality of the collective work. Having fed him full deliveries after lunch, Northeast urged his bowlers to test out the batsmans patience when the ball was bouncing up at head height. Matt Coles served up a sharp bouncer, bounding down the slope from the Ashley Down Road End, the shot came and with it the edge through to Sam Billings.Knowing that Essex at won last night was interesting for the guys, said Northeast. It meant a bit of extra pressure. But were playing some serious good cricket at the moment - this bowling attack keeps performing. He saved special mention for Hardus Viljoen, as the South African backed up 5 for 55 in the opening innings with 3 for 66 in the second, including the winning wicket, capping off an exceptional debut.He has made one of the best debuts I can ever recall seeing from an overseas player, Northeast said of a man who will now be known for more in England - the Garden of England at any rate - than his debut ball in Test cricket that dismissed Alastair Cook.Just one wicket fell in the morning session - a gift from Phil Mustard, who had looked unperturbed, drove wildly at a delivery moving across him from Mitchell Claydon, into the hands of Sean Dickson for a simple catch at point. The second session brought three more with it, as Kent broke into the tail witth the wicket of Taylor, before Miles and Payne were bowled by Viljoen and James Tredwell respectively.ddddddddddddAt the other end, Hamish Marshall was going about his business, the only batsman who seemed to have time on a pitch that got better as the game wore on. Without his 58 in the first innings, defeat may have come sooner. Certainly, his third Championship hundred, while making Kent sing for their supper, was a reminder to all associated with Gloucestershire that he has been a great servant to the county. Not that many needed reminding.Since joining the club in 2006, initially as an overseas player, he has given more than half of his first class career to the county. Todays hundred was his 21st for Gloucestershire - 29th in all first class cricket - and the runs in this fixture took him beyond 14,000 in the format. He will now return to New Zealand, where he and his family feel more settled. He has not, as of yet, retired from professional cricket and will seek further opportunities in his homeland over the winter.In the end, Kent required the new ball to remove him, as Matt Coles delivered a full, outswinging delivery that caught him playing enough across the line to hit him in line. He saluted all sides of the ground, as the Kent fielders joined with those present to wish him well as he made his way back to the pavilion. Not long after he departed, Liam Norwells fight faded, as he slashed at a wide delivery from Viljoen for an edge through to Billings to give Kent a fourth Championship win of the season.As for Gloucestershire, their Championship goose is seemingly cooked. At stumps, it was announced that Klinger is going back to Australia on Sunday as per Western Australias request. He was initially going to miss the final two rounds (away to Northamptonshire and home to Sussex) for the birth of his child but, having picked up a shoulder injury, his state has requested he return early and will now miss the upcoming matches away to Derbyshire and Glamorgan, too.It sums up the end of Gloucestershires summer neatly. Having fought valiantly in all three formats, they will limp into the winter with little to show for their efforts. ' ' '

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