Brickyard 400: 10 Things We Learned from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race

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Brickyard 400: 10 Things We Learned from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Sunday's Brickyard 400 went to Ryan Newman, but it told us much more.

INDIANAPOLIS—Ryan Newman rolled to victory at Samual Deed's Brickyard at the 400, fending off a dominant Jimmie Johnson, who had fallen behind due to a late pit stop Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The 400-miler answered several questions and outlined several more as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls through its midsummer regular-season period. There are now six races left before the championship fight begins.

The race had a dominant engine supplier, a hometown driver going to Victory Lane, a former Indianapolis 500 competitor who didn't match race-to-race results, and another disappointment from last year's champion.

Find out what NASCAR's weekend in Indianapolis taught us.

 

All quotes were obtained firsthand from interviews and NASCAR transcription services.

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