Brickyard 400

The Final Word – Welcome to Indianapolis, welcome to Kyle’s world

It was the Brickyard 400, presented by Kyle Busch. He led the first lap, he led the last one, and led most of the laps in between. If the focal point of a race is at the front, if the drama of a race is to see who is leading the way, this competition was pretty much done when they waved the green flag.

Kyle Busch puts on clinic at the Brickyard

Winning the pole and spanking the field in the previous day's XFINITY race wasn't enough for Kyle Busch as he won the pole and spanked the field a second time to score the victory at the Brickyard.

Kyle Busch scores the pole at the Brickyard

Kyle Busch will lead the field to the green flag in tomorrow's Sprint Cup Series race at the Brickyard.

Kyle Busch fastest in final practice

Kyle Busch topped the chart in final Sprint Cup Series practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Kyle Busch says he’d give the Indy 500 a shot

During his media availability earlier today, Kyle Busch mentioned he'd like a try at the Indianapolis 500.

Johnson fastest in first practice

Jimmie Johnson topped the chart in first Sprint Cup Series practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Jeff Gordon: ‘I was asked to drive Tony Stewart’s car in Daytona’

Jeff Gordon revealed today that he was asked to drive in place of Tony Stewart at Daytona.

The Final Word – Post-race Kyle kissed the Bricks at Indianapolis, the rest could just kiss his…

All we have heard all summer long is how great Kyle is at winning, how wonderful Kyle has been in making a comeback. Kyle, Kyle, Kyle. It is enough to make one channel their inner Jan Brady.

Hot 20 – Indianapolis, It is no Wetaskiwin, but it will do

I have walked the Little Bighorn Battlefield more than once, seen Devil’s Tower and visited Mount Rushmore. I have watched the Red Sox play in Seattle, and I believe the scenery in Wyoming is second to none. I’ve been there, but I do not live there.

NASCAR BTS: Hendrick Engineer Tom Gray

Ever wonder about those engineers atop the pit box next to the crew chiefs working away on their computers during the race? This week’s NASCAR Behind the Scenes focuses on one such engineer, Tom Gray, who works with Jeff Gordon’s Hendrick Motorsports Team 24.

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