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Clint Bowyer No. 15 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Indianapolis Preview

Tuesday, Jul 21 1303
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a track steeped in tradition. The track officially opened in June 1909 with balloon races followed by motorcycle and automobile races later that year. A stamp cost two cents, a gallon of gas six cents and Yale University was the NCAA champion in football at that time.

Needless to say a lot has changed since then but some things have remained the same. In 1994 NASCAR Sprint Cup cars first made an appearance at the track. Two years later Dale Jarrett won and the story goes that a new tradition was born– kissing the yard of bricks at the start/finish line.

Clint Bowyer and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to the historic track this weekend. Bowyer has two top-five finishes in nine races and has completed every lap at the 2.5-mile track. And while his No. 15 Toyota sports the new “great tasting” 5-hour ENERGY colors, he would love nothing more than to have a not-so-great-tasting mouthful of bricks Sunday evening.

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