March 28, 2017

Picture of The Month – November 2015

Somehow we managed to get to November without a shot of an Exige V6, so this image of a menacing Motorsport Black example puts that right. The car itself belongs to Belgian TLF member Jokke Vlo, who’s tastefully modified V6 will be familiar to many here. The shot was taken and kindly shared with us by Mathias Decru during a trackaddix.be day on the Circuit Des Ecuyers, near Reims in France.

According to Mathias: “The V6 sounds amazing on track, by far one of the best sounds of the bunch and then we aren’t even talking about the great looks and speed! A really impressive trackday car and one of my favorites to shoot.

He has certainly captured the raw speed and kinetic energy of an Exige V6 hard on the brakes, being driven like its maker intended. This Lotus design is surely one for the ages though, unusually sleek for a modern shape with perfect proportions and taut, dynamic lines. It looks every inch the road and track predator.

To save the image for your desktop wallpaper for free, click the thumbnail below, then, once opened, right click and ‘save as’.

Large Tablet (2048x1536)

Large Tablet (2048×1536)

Wide HD Desktop (1920x1080)

Wide HD Desktop (1920×1080)

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Small Tablet (1280×768)

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Smartphone (640×960)

You can see more of Mathias’s work at www.mathiasdecru.be and you can follow him @mathiasdecruphotography on Instagram and on Facebook here www.facebook.com/mathias.decru.

If you’d like a picture considered for our PoTM features, details and an upload gallery can be found here.

You can view the full Picture of The Month archive of scrumptious screensavers here!

 

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