Pictures of the Year 2012 – by Jamey Price

Jamey Price 2012 pics

Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona Spain, February 21, 2012. Nikon D3 550mm (400 +1.4tc), f4, 1/1250. © Jamey Price

Charlotte, NC-based sports photographer Jamey Price shares his best photos of 2012.

What an incredible and completely wild ride 2012 has been.

Where do I even begin to sum it all up? Four Indycar races; Two Grand Am races; Three NASCAR races; Two ALMS races; Four days of Formula One testing in Barcelona; the inaugural United States Grand Prix in Austin; the 24 Hours of Le Mans; a two week trip to England covering five racing series at three different tracks; the Kentucky Derby; 12 days in Colorado for Pikes Peak International Hill Climb; the Harry Miller Club gathering in Milwaukee; and race car ride-alongs with two fantastic drivers, who between them have won a combined total of seven 24 Hours of Le Mans. Photos published in magazines, newspapers and websites around the globe and seen by millions of people. Clients who have become great friends. Endless laughs with friends in the media center. The chance to work with the most incredible photographers and photo agencies on the planet and the opportunity to learn from those people. But best was the ability to say that for the first time in my short career, I’ve made an income from it all that supports itself, and me

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Jamey Price 2012 pics

Barber Motorsports Park, Alabama, April 1, 2012. Nikon D700, 14mm, f16, 1/50. © Jamey Price/LAT

Jamey Price 2012 pics

Churchill Downs, Louisville KY, May 4, 2012. Nikon D700, 125mm, f6.3, 1/8000. © Jamey Price/Getty Images

Jamey Price 2012 pics

Milwaukee Mile, Wisconsin, July 6, 2012. Nikon D700, 14mm, f22, 1/50. © Jamey Price

Jamey Price 2012 pics

Autoclub Speedway, Fontana CA, September 15, 2012. Nikon D700, 85mm, f4, 1/200. © Jamey Price/LAT

Jamey Price 2012 pics

Silverstone Circuit, UK, September 22, 2012. Nikon D3, 200mm, f3.5, 1/3200. © Jamey Price

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