F2000 Powerboat Race

F2000 Powerboat Race

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It was my good and bad day. I had to photograph the event for my company even though I got flu. We don’t have F1 in Sabah but we have our second F2 powerboat race at Waterfront of Sabah. The best thing was we didn’t need to buy any ticket to see the world cup. The day was so hot that I almost got stroke and forgot my name.

F2000 Powerboat Race
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Anyway, I still enjoyed the show. It took only about 30 minutes for the powerboats completed 35 laps on the sea. There were more than 10 powerboats competing and below are some photos of them.

F2000 Powerboat Race
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Colin Jelf from Great Britain won his 3rd world champion. You may google the net for result and more news.

F2000 Powerboat Race
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There was a prize presentation and farewell dinner in Le-Meridien Hotel later that day. I have included them in the photo album. I lost my tripod in the hotel coz I left it in the ballroom after the event. I checked with the hotel next day but it could not be found anymore. So unhappy though it is only a cheap tripod. I suspect it was stolen by the someone there, but I don’t have the proof. Just be careful with your belonging lah if you go to any function in that so called 5-star hotel.

Photos taken in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia Borneo

17 thoughts on “F2000 Powerboat Race

  1. The best part of this report is when you lost your tripod. I know it was disastrous to you but hey, it’s the trivia that makes the highlight!

  2. tx disney, DA. in fact, i tried nearly thousand panning shot. only a small fraction looks ok, the rest r all blur.

  3. JPCY, my camera setting: Canon 400d with Canon’s EFS 55-250mm f4/5.6 len, ISO 100, shutter speed 1/50 sec, aperture f10, attached with a ND8 filter.

  4. JPCY> yes, it is my personal blog. i started it 3 years ago n never realized it would get so big..

  5. Hi again! MySabah, Just call u like that? My guess you are a full time photo-journalist? And u should be getting good $$$ for all your hard work!

  6. i wish what u say is true, but there is no such thing as well-paid full-time photo-journalist in Sabah though..

    wedding photographers can make much more.

  7. never mind my wishful thinking! most important you enjoy what you’re doing, social networking is key to success, your web blog’g is one thing I need to learn. and photography, only recently I pay attention to different settings on snaps,
    not easy!!!

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