Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway like no other

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway like no other The Indy 500 - have always venerated this Mecca of the race! It is not an oval, there is no place, but a 2 / 5 miles rectangular track with 9 degree banking in all four tus.Built in 1909 and now owned by Tony George, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has its infamous 500 miles NASCAR race every Memorial Day (except in time of war) since 1911. A track with a track that provides drivers and Nascar Racing team, a run for their money in preparing correct amount of fuel, with rider in position to battle. This in tu leads the way for some exciting and charming twinkle racing.Also home of NASCAR Brickyard 400, now called the Allstate Brickyard 400 is connected to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a wonderful place to visit if you love racing! The Allstate Brickyard 400 is a 400 miles NASCAR Nextel Cup points race each August. From 1994 to 2004, the race was known as the Brickyard 400, and the first Saturday of August.In last twelve years, the winner of the Brickyard 400 has to win "Brickyard double title," the race and the championship in NASCAR of the same year, five times, with Jeff Gordon to achieve performance in the years 1998 and 2001, and Dale Jarrett, Tony Stewart and Bobby Labonté so in 1999, 2000 and 2005 respectively. Six of the eight pilots who were previously the case, NASCAR Nextel Cup Series champions at some point during their career, with Ricky Rudd (Winner, 1997) and Kevin Harvick (winner, 2003) as exceptions. Among the six, only Dale Eahardt and Bill Elliott, not so much in the same year.Past winner of the Allstate 400 at Brickyard (Brickyard 400) 1994: Jeff Gordon   1995: Dale Eahardt   1996: Dale Jarrett   1997: Ricky Rudd   1998: Jeff Gordon   1999: Dale Jarrett   2000: Bobby Labonté   2001: Jeff Gordon   2002: Bill Elliott   2003: Kevin Harvick   2004: Jeff Gordon (161 laps / 402.5 miles for the first time the implementation of the green-white-checker rule)   2005: Tony StewartCurry Hayes is the owner of the race fans who recommend that the first agency on-line tickets to NASCAR. For years, racing fans have the comfort, safety and convenience of purchasing all their cards on the NASCAR Race Fans a friend.

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