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Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of Sprint Cup Series at the Brickyard

"Kiss the bricks" sounds insulting unless you’re in Indiana and, specifically, at the Brickyard for the Jeff Kyle 400. Dale Jarrett, an NBC NASCAR analyst, won the Brickyard 400 in 1996 and speaks fondly of that time. At the time, he spoke with his crew chief, Todd Parrott, saying he wanted to do something akin to the spirit of drinking milk, the tradition for the Indy 500. Jarrett said on I was like, "Well, let's go out to the start/finish line, the yard of bricks that are there." Todd's like, "Yeah, that's cool." I said, "We can get a great picture down the front straightaway with all the fans and everything." So the talk went on, and Todd said, "Let's kiss the bricks." I said, "It's never obviously been done." Didn't e...

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