The loud roaring engines of the Jerusalem Formula 2014 Road Show are off the streets, however, the noise over the value of this motor sport event will continue.
If you were not able to get near the Old City for the spectacle, here are a few favorite scenes that might be appreciated, no matter what you think of the event location or timing.
At opening press conference, with other Israeli drivers sitting on each side,.Alon Day, second from right, answered questions.
Much easier to take selfies, when not behind the wheel.
Thumbs up for the motorcycle stunt drivers who stole the show.
Israeli Formula driver Roy Nissany before suiting up,
and on the track behind the wheel. Love that Israeli flag on the car!
Another Israeli driver Yarin Stern (Formula 3) poses with his car.The Israeli drivers train in Italy because there is no track in Israel.
Two of the cars near the Tower of David, where crowds gathered each afternoon to watch the show.
Stunt driver Terry Grant sat on top of his hot rod to give an interview.
While on the track, Grant got out of his smoking, spinning car and left it empty and.spinning. After a few spins, he got back in, spun around some more and then zoomed away.
FMX4Ever motorcyclist on the ground,
off the motorcycle
and flying like ET, but with this was live and with no wires attached.
Loud, noisy, controversial, but beautiful cars and much more Israeli flag waving this year.
The Jerusalem Road Show did get people out and got their attention.
More photos on Formula Road Show: HERE
More of daring motorcycle stunt photos and video: HERE