Roger Penske, Jack Roush, Robert Yates and Rusty Wallace take their class picture for the 2009 inductees into the NMPA Hall of Fame via nascar-assets.americaneagle.com
Hmmm ... all Ford guys! Well not really, Roger Penske has raced just about everything including AMC's, while Rusty Wallace won his one and only Winston Cup driving a Pontiac and Robert Yates used to build engines for Junior Johnson when he was running GM cars, but I don't know about Jack Roush - without googling it I think he has been a Ford guy all along in his racing career.
About NMPA... The National Motorsports Press Association consists of qualified members of the media who report on the sport of auto racing through his or her affiliation with print, radio, television or the Internet news organizations. Members of the organization are dedicated to maintaining high journalistic standards and promoting one of the most popular sporting endeavors in the United States. Formed more than 40 years ago as the Southern Motorsports Association, it began as a small group of writers and broadcasters who primarily covered NASCAR and related stock car racing in the South. Through the years, it has evolved into an organization made up of national and international members who cover all forms of motorsports. It also includes associate members, many of whom are among the most influential individuals in auto racing.