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He was the "Wonder Boy" who racked up wins at a record place. He brought the southern sport to Madison Ave. and became such a household name that even rapper Nelly name-dropped Gordon in a song.
BMW's history of strong results in Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course continued for the third consecutive year with podium finishes in both classes in Friday's 2.5-hour race at the legendary circuit.
Hamlin on Joe Gibbs Racing: 'Inching our way there' The team's 2-3-4 finish at the Brickyard shows its Toyotas catching up to the competition Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1rKRyEA INDIANAPOLIS - Joe Gibbs Racing's three cars finished second, third and fourth at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.
A Joe Gibbs Racing plane hit a Stewart Haas Racing plane Sunday at Concord Regional Airport, a SHR spokesman said.
Carl Edwards , driver of the #99 Ford Fusion, was not among the Roush-Fenway Racing list of drivers for the 2015 season.
With Indianapolis Motor Speedway living up to its reputation for action, Dempsey Racing survived an incident-filled race to finish in the top-10 with the No.
Jeff Gordon holds up the trophy after winning the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Chris Pratt has caught passes from Andrew Luck, sampled the spicy shrimp cocktail at St. Elmo's and driven the pace car at the Brickyard 400.
She hoped it would help build relationships with others in the business community.
This is probably the most unusual NASCAR weekend on the calendar this season. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has the weekend off to catch its breath before 17 consecutive weeks of racing.
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Dillon parked his car on the famed yard of bricks and raised his arms toward the sky in triumph.
So much so, in fact, when NASCAR first entertained thoughts of racing at the 2.5-mile track in the mid-1990s, Stewart was adamantly against it.
The Buffalo Motorsports Examiner recently had the opportunity to speak with NASCAR veteran Clint Bowyer, who was a judge and coach in this season's PEAK Stock Car Dream Challenge.
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