After a one week break, the NASCAR Sprint Cup series heads to Indianapolis for the Brickyard 400. The track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway stretches over 2.5 miles and is a tough race track for all drivers making Brickyard 400 betting a difficult proposition. The course is very flat and slick and we will see cars sliding all over the place as they are getting very little grip. The Brickyard 400 seems to have a special place in the Sprint Cup Series, as eight of the last 16 winners have gone on to win the championship title at the end of the season.
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