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NASCAR at Indianapolis: 10 Drivers Who Will Be in the Mix at the Brickyard 400

Racing at the "Brickyard" is about history and prestige. NASCAR's elite series will do battle for the win, points and perhaps more important, the opportunity to kiss the "Yard of Bricks." The Brickyard may not be the most exciting racing that we see in the series, but for the drivers, this track ranks right up there with going for a win in the Daytona 500. The first Cup race was in 1994 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Jeff Gordon capturing the win. Track position is critical on the 2.5-mile flat track with nine degree banking in each of the corners. Passing can be difficult. Long green-flag runs are common. Winning at this track may well depend on driving smart with pit strategy on fuel and tires apt to be a game-changer when the checke...

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