|This aerial panorama of Talladega Superspeedway was taken during a NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race by James Blakeway. Located on 3,000 acres of land near Talladega, Alabama, this 2.66-mile tri-oval track made its debut on September 13, 1969, with the 'Bama 400 Grand Touring race. The grandstand's seating capacity is 143,231 and the 212-acre all-reserved infield holds many thousands more. Talladega Superspeedway is the biggest, fastest and most competitive superspeedway in the world. Holding records for the fastest 500-mile stock car race at 188.354 mph and the most lead changes in a race with 75, it is widely known as "NASCAR's Most Competitive Track". |
Paper measures 13 ˝ x 40 inches and is grade "A", pH neutral, heavy art stock and is printed with UV resistent ink. Image size does vary.
Framed prints are mounted and backed by a foam core and framed in the most popular neilson brand glossy black frame. See inset for frame image.
Paper measures 13 ˝ x 40 inches. We use grade "A", pH neutral, heavy art stock. UV resistant ink. Image sizes vary.
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