Use the flash, of course. And hope you get it right. Or we can follow the technique described in Adoramaâ€™s 100 in 100. Itâ€™s actually a tip on how to photograph speeding race cars at night, applicable also for shooting a Jaguar zipping by.
Joe Farace writes, â€œOne of the problems of using flash is that if youâ€™re not careful, you will produce a static-looking image that looks like the car is parked on the track, instead of going fast. Thatâ€™s why in addition to using flash, youâ€™ll also want to pan the camera using flash-and-long-exposure techniques.â€
There are a few more considerations: the ambient light, the cameraâ€™s ISO setting, lens used as well as the speed and reflectivity of the car itself; Joe, who is a superb sports photographer and a race car driver himself, covers all these in the article.
One quick safety tip: never shoot a speeding car head on with your flash; youâ€™ll blind the driver and put him and yourself in jeopardy.