For some reason I was on something called a 'shoot experience' day. I don't remember a lot about it, I think it was like a field workshop with a list of 'tasks' to be accomplished; but I quite fortuitously stumbled upon this scene. The courtyard is clearly reminiscent of a jousting arena, complete with the lord's stripey tent to watch proceedings, and the two cars look ready to rumble. The stupid name (warrior) of the foreground car resonates with this narrative.
It is an unusual composition as the main, central, area is essentially empty of any physical object but is stuffed full of anticipation. One can almost construct the film-real in the mind's eye of these two challengers setting off at a gallop...
This photograph is about anticipation. It is not always necessary to capture the 'decisive' moment, if the energies in the scene are enough to foreshadow it. It is always important to understand the timing of the image, why it was taken at that moment; be the moment decisive, insisive or some other compelling point in time.