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Anyone that knows racing knows NASCARWhether it's Sprint Cup, the Nationwide Series, or the Camping World Truck Series, we have been fortunate to cover them all through the years from our base in Indianapolis. Races at Michigan, Texas, Daytona, Talladega, Kentucky, Lucas Oil Raceway and of course, the Brickyard have all been captured on film and more recently by high resolution digital imagery.

If you are like a lot of NASCAR fans, the racing can sometimes be secondary to the interaction of the personalities. The infamous clash in Turn 3 at the Brickyard between Kurt Busch and "Mr. Excitement" Jimmy Spencer was a classic example of how that on-track interaction created fan interest and another good guy-bad guy scenario where fans could take sides just like their favorite drivers. And we were there once again to bring the images home. That's what we do.


Much remains the same in NASCAR, as personalities remain dominant in the sport which adopted the attitude of, "Boys, have at it", not that long ago. Feuding & fussing seems to be a time honored tradition in big time stock car racing, and with so much at stake every weekend, it's no  wonder that tempers flare when a race is on the line. Here are a few photos of current personalities in Sprint Cup racing.

Tony Stewart
Paul Menard
Mark Martin
Jack Roush
Jeff Gordon

From Earnhardt to Johnson, Jay Alley has been covering NASCAR for more than two decades and was there as an IMS staff photographer the day the Indianapolis Motor Speedway conducted the first NASCAR Goodyear tire tests. The following is a brief collection of images from his vast library, some of which has yet to be digitized from the days when Fuji film ruled the roost.

Alan Kulwicki 

Tim Richmond & Linda Vaughn

Davey Allison 


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