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Allstate 400 at The Brickyard was formerly known as Brickyard 400. It is an annual 400 mile NASCAR Sprint Cup points race takes place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. It was the first race other than the Indianapolis 500 to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard is considered one of NASCAR's top ten races.
Jeff Gordon has the records of most number of wins, most top 5 and most top 10.
Allstate 400 at the Brickyard Past Winners
2005 :: Tony Stewart
2006 :: Jimmie Johnson
2007 :: Tony Stewart
Allstate 400 at the Brickyard is a Sprint Cup points’ race that takes place in Indiana. The venue for this 400 mile race, commonly known as the Brickyard 400 during 1994-2004, is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The first Allstate 400 race took place in 1994. It was also a first for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway besides the Indianapolis 500 being held here since 1916.
In 1991, the filming of a commercial took place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by A.J. Foyt, who took his NASCAR Winston car for a few laps around the track together with the president of the Speedway, Tony George. Officially Foyt was the opening driver of a NASCAR on the Speedway, George followed. This was not a planned event but resulted in deep thought and pondering over a prospective future race that could be held on that track.
The track was officially tested successfully by professional IROC drivers in 1992 at record 162.799 mph during a lap. The prospect of holding an IROC event on the track around the month of May was quite bright but many changes were required. After much deliberation it was finally decided to host a NASCAR Winston Cup race before the extension of an invitation to IROC.
Consequently in June 1992 nine NASCAR Winston Cup series teams were cordially invited for participation in the race which was being considered a good testing pad for the cars. Despite the absence of an announcement, the ulterior motive behind the conduction of this race was the test of harmony and the rate of competency of the stock car on the Speedway. The race spanned two days and was witnessed by 10,000 enthusiastic spectators. Foyt took a few ceremonious laps in Dale Earnhardt's stock car on the second day of the race. The first IROC was finally held at the Speedway in 1998, for five years to come. It was wrapped in 2006.
A joint official announcement regarding the Brickyard 400 was made in 1993 by President of the Speedway and the president of NASCAR. According to the announcement the Inaugural Brickyard 400 was to take place in August 1994. A fresh race logo was also revealed.
A two day test was conducted in August, 1993. Thirty five NASCAR teams participated in this open test and it was attended by a large number of spectators. The retired NASCAR legend Richard Petty made the inaugural laps before donating his car to the Speedway museum. Several important announcements were also made at this event.
During 1994 to 2000, this race was telecasted live on the ABC Sports channel, who had earlier broadcasted the Indianapolis 500 since its start in 1965. It was programmed for the first Saturday in August in order to provide for Sunday as a rain date.
The coalition of the two major open-wheel series resulted in the movement of Rexall Edmonton Indy from Sunday to Saturday in 2008. In fact there is a deal amongst the track and IRL to inhibit direct races towards the Allstate 400 owing to staffing reasons.
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