Ferrari Challenge races are one of the largest single brand car races in the world since 1993. It is organized in 3 main regions around the world (Europe, North America and Asia Pacific) in separate series and is generally a competition involving amateur pilots. In each series, there are 2 main groups: Trofeo Pirelli (under 50 and experienced pilots) and Coppa Shell (over 50 years old). These two groups include the subgroups Trofeo Pirelli Pro and Trofeo Pirelli-AM, Coppa Shell and Coppa Shell-AM, which are classified according to Pilot's experience and race results.
All cars, tires, fuel and anything else that affects performance are the same worldwide. The vehicles that are used in the races are FIA approved 488 Challenge race cars with 670hp power specially produced for racing. During the year, a total of 14 races are run on the world's most famous racetracks in all series, and the champions of each series and groups are determined by the points collected according to the rankings. The final two race finals at Mondiali (World Finals) are held weekends and all cars and teams running in all series around the world comes together.
Ferrari Challenge races are broadcasted live or on tape in more than 90 countries around the world and each race is watched by thousands of people. Murat Çuhadaroğlu, Chairman of the Board of Çuhadaroğlu Group Companies, has promoted Turkey with 10 podiums and 5 first places within the scope of this race and continue to promote his country within his successful results.
Photography for Landscape and Wildlife
Like many photography enthusiasts, Murat Çuhadaroğlu has started to this hobby in his childhood. His first camera was a Russian camera that his aunt gave away; it was very useful in learning the basic techniques of photography. Although his hobby was interrupted from time to time during his high school years, his interest got never lost.
During his university years abroad, his hobby gained speed again. After the basic courses, he also took specialized courses for Studio Photography. There were no Photoshop app and digital machines, so he spent a lot of time in dark rooms, in front of the enlarger.
After graduation, he took a long break from his photography hobby, but it always took him to pursue interest and technology. Later he turned back with digital equipments and started photography again.
Although he is interested in all branches of photography, he is more interested in nature, wildlife, objects and subjects that are difficult to shoot. He also states that it is a great pleasure to capture moments and subjects that cannot be seen by everyone, sharing them with people and being in touch with nature in difficult conditions.
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