Help with driver identification

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Help with driver identification

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Can anyone identify this driver? I need this for a work project as its a paid photo

https://ibb.co/q5WF5BB
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Any help or direction is appreciated

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Harkendude wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 1:39 am
Can anyone identify this driver? I need this for a work project as its a paid photo

https://ibb.co/q5WF5BB
https://i.ibb.co/ZmY1mdd/driverF1.png

Any help or direction is appreciated
Google image search might help.
Last edited by zen89 on Tue Dec 01, 2020 6:03 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Not sure, There are a couple more pics though, not sure if thats any help

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is it possibly Carlton Tingling?
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...just a weird thought, are you sure it is a driver? A couple of things in the pic could lend one to believe that it may be a staged photoshoot...or maybe even a guest driver/rider? Sorry, just thinking out loud.

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I think it's a photoshoot for some brand. He's wearing a motorbike helmet to begin with.... so, my guess is that you have to look for a model agency.

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...my thoughts were:

1. some atypical photo effects
2. no livery/design on the helmut
3. no tear-offs
4. no livery/design on the car
5. new baclava
6. staged posture
7. most drivers are not that pretty

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thanks so much to you all. I totally see that its a motorcycle helmet. Love that last line "most drivers are not that pretty"

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Harkendude wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 1:39 am
Can anyone identify this driver? I need this for a work project as its a paid photo

https://ibb.co/q5WF5BB
https://i.ibb.co/ZmY1mdd/driverF1.png

Any help or direction is appreciated
He looks too tense for a car that is not moving. Haha. A real driver would be extremely relaxed perhaps.
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Harkendude wrote:
Tue Nov 24, 2020 1:39 am
Can anyone identify this driver? I need this for a work project as its a paid photo

https://ibb.co/q5WF5BB

Any help or direction is appreciated
Why not making contact with the site who uses his picture and ask who he is @Harkendude??

http://www.steadfastlife.com.au/story/k ... -on-track/

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E: info@steadfastlife.com.au
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Scorpaguy wrote:
Wed Nov 25, 2020 5:49 pm
7. most drivers are not that pretty
#-o #-o #-o

worse that the dude isn't even pretty
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