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Rowdy kisses the bricks


Kyle Busch took the lead with eight laps to go and scored the victory in the Brickyard 400.

For Rowdy, this is the 33rd career victory, fourth of the season, fourth in a span of five races and third straight. Joey Logano finished runner-up. Kevin Harvick, after leading 75 laps, rounded out the podium in third.

In his final start at the Brickyard, Jeff Gordon finished a disappointing 42nd.

That’s all from Indianapolis. Next week, NASCAR makes its second stop at the tricky triangle Pocono Raceway.

About Author

My name is Tucker Carmen White. I'm from Knoxville, TN. I'm here because I have a deep love of NASCAR and I'm currently studying to become a sports journalist. While NASCAR is my primary focus, I've recently gotten into Formula 1. Being from Knoxville, I'm naturally a diehard fan of the Tennessee Volunteers.

Kyle Busch, seen here at Sonoma Raceway, scored the victory at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.)

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