November 3, 2005
Race Shooters: Give Them Your Best Shot!
Action fans close to the Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California, have an opportunity to win and become a track photographer for a day as well as publication of their image on the 2006 Program brochures.
SONOMA, Calif. (IMMEDIATE RELEASE) - Don't miss the chance to demonstrate your photography skills with the InfineonRaceway.com Photo Contest. You could have your image posted on InfineonRaceway.com, and possibly win a chance to be a race photographer for a day during the 2006 Big O Tires Racing Season at Infineon Raceway.
Beginning on Nov. 3, race fans are invited to submit images taken at any of the 2005 Infineon Raceway major events by visiting www.infineonraceway.com <https://www.infineonraceway.com/> . The raceway will post 10 images each day through Nov. 30, with all images accessible for viewing.
Infineon Raceway officials will select an overall winner on Dec. 5, and the winning photographer will be treated to an Infineon Raceway prize pack that includes a one-day photo pass at one of the raceway's major events in 2006. The photo pass will allow you the same access as photographers from all of the major media outlets that cover Infineon Raceway. The prize pack will also include a cap, T-shirt, and the winning image will be published in one of the raceway's 2006 event programs.
Submissions must be from any of Infineon Raceway's major events during the 2005 Big O Tires Racing Season, and images are not limited to racing action. Facility and fan images are also welcome. This contest is limited to amateur photographers, and only two images may be submitted per person.
To submit your photos, visit www.infineonraceway.com <https://www.infineonraceway.com/> beginning Nov. 3 and click on the Photo Contest link on the homepage. Images can also be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include your name, e-mail address, mailing address and phone number, as well as the event at which the image was taken. Images should be no larger than 6 x 4 inches at 300 dpi.
Posted by covey22 at November 3, 2005 5:27 PM