Shortly after I completed my photography of the empty island of Belle Isle, Detroit, Tuesday afternoon, the trucks began arriving. An hour or so later, they were everywhere, many in place by their paddock, more in line to get placed, and even more still on the way.
I particularly focused on trucks with Corvettes inside, but other shots show some variety. Detroit Grand Prix rules disallow any truck from unloading its precious racecar treasure until tomorrow, so you won't see any cars in these shots. This post is dedicated to the hard working semi's and light duty service vehicles that help make the Grand Prix happen.
By the way, the photography of the Corvette Daytona Prototype racecars on the sides of those tractor trailers is just magnificent!