I tend to steer clear of photographing fast moving subjects. I am not sure why but it probably goes back to the reason I started landscape photography. Basically, photography was a slow down activity and a pleasant diversion from the stresses of working. Standing with a tripod waiting for the light to change was far more relaxing than rapid burst photography.
Occasionally, however, an opportunity like the Red Arrows in Falmouth presents itself and I try to get some shots that aren't blurred. Of course, the precision flying skill and the display routines of the Red Arrows makes it much easier to get a few sharp ones!