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After the shocking moment when Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. collided on a restart in the final stage of the Brickyard 400, the two drivers kept their emotions in check.
While it may be lonely at the top, being the fourth driver in NASCAR’s top organization might be the loneliest place of all.
It’s time NASCAR ended an experiment that has proven to be an abysmal failure: the idea of extending races in order to achieve an orchestrated result.
The possibility of a fifth Brickyard 400 win was two laps away for Jimmie Johnson.
Brad Keselowski was so close he could taste a Brickyard 400 victory.
When their “teamwork” ended, so did Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr.’s respective races at the Brickyard 400 on Sunday.
Following a three-year drought, Kasey Kahne returned to Victory Lane as darkness set in on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.
This is not the retirement tour Dale Earnhardt Jr. was hoping for.
Kyle Busch led the field to green in the 24th running of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch will attempt to become the first driver to win three consecutive Brickyard 400s in the best position possible.
Denny Hamlin picked up at Indy where he left off at New Hampshire — on top of the pylon.
Jeff Gordon will not be competing in this year’s Brickyard 400 but he will be pacing it.