Found July 25, 2012 on Race Review Online: Yardbarker Blogger Network
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to action this weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 19th annual Brickyard 400. The race is one of the most prestigious races on the circuit. To win at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the biggest accomplishments in any driver's career. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is also one of the toughest tracks to drive. That can be the main reason why there's really never any fluke winners here (with the possible exception of last year). All four turns may look similar on TV, but in reality, they're entirely different. It takes a driver of great skill to maneuver their car around the 2.5-mile oval and keep momentum off the corners for the long straights. These are the top drivers I would pick and also those I'd stay away from. Who to Buy: Jeff Gordon There's no driver better at Indy than Jeff Gordon. Gordon is one of four drivers to make all 18 starts in the race and has the record for wins with four. The fo...
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