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NASCAR’s Richard Childress Holds the Winning Hand for the Brickyard 400

Can you picture it? Veteran NASCAR team owner Richard Childress, walking around the Sprint Cup garage humming the melody to Bob Seger’s classic “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man”? Certainly, he knows the song and there may have been a moment when he sang along to it at one point in his life—probably as it was being played on a jukebox, in some juke joint somewhere back when. Childress is the character that Seger is singing about in the song—a song about gambling and spinning the wheel of fortune, throwing the dice and not being shy. Childress may know a thing or two about gambling, especially when it concerns the future. He’s thrown the dice a few times. When he climbed out from behind the wheel of his...

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