Kyle Larson

It was an obvious choice for top photo of the year. Kyle Larson absolutely dominated dirt racing in 2020. He picked up four Indiana Midget Week wins and had some help from Owen in victory lane at Lincoln Park Speedway.

Tyler Courtney

Indiana Midget Week qualifying at Paragon Speedway was exciting as a bump formed in the entrance of turn three. “Sunshine” hit it perfectly launching the car into the corner and into #2 on the countdown.

Justin Grant

Nothing is more rewarding than capturing magical moments in victory lane. Especially when Justin Grant smashes a NOS Energy Drink over his head.

Kevin Thomas Jr.

One thing I’ve learned over the years is that race fans love wheelies. Kevin Thomas Jr. had a nice one this year on his qualifying lap at Gas City Speedway during Indiana Sprint Week.

Paul Hazen

In the case of Paul Hazen, “Old Guys Rule” is pretty accurate as he continues to put drivers in the winners circle year after year. We will always plead to get this Indiana sprint car legend nominated into the Sprint Car Hall of Fame.

AJ Hopkins

Action photography is all about being in the right place at the right time. Caught AJ Hopkins at the start of a ride into turn one at Lincoln Park Speedway. He and the team bounced back to win three track championships by the end of 2020.

Thomas Meseraull

TMez is one the most popular open wheel racers in the Country due to his incredible talent behind the wheel and his ability to hype the crowd during his famous interviews. The FLO Racing cameras were rolling after his heat race win at Lincoln Park Speedway.

Four-Wide Salute

There are few things cooler than the World of Outlaws going four-wide on the parade lap to salute the fans. Cameron Lightle caught this beautiful shot on a nice Summer night in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Logan Seavey/Andy Reinbold

Sometimes the best moments are ones captured behind the scenes and display the rawest emotion. After picking up his first Indiana Sprint Week win at Gas City Speedway, Seavey excitedly leapt into the arms of car owner Andy Reinbold.

Jason McDougal

My first trip to Paragon Speedway did not disappoint. From the very first hot lap session, I knew it would be a “cowboy up” type track. Add one of the most exciting drivers to ever strap in and I ended up with this amazing shot.