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NASCAR: A Decade at the Brickyard (2003)

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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, known to racing fans as "The Brickyard," has been a mecca for automotive enthusiasts for decades, but while it played host to America's most celebrated auto racing event, the Indianapolis 500, it was closed to stock car racing until 1993, when the track innaugurated the annual Brickyard 400. NASCAR: A Decade At The Brickyard is a documentary which explores both the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its premier NASCAR event, including tributes to stock car champ Jeff Gordon and the late Dale Earnhardt, as well as highlights from the 2003 running of the race, with commentary from announcer Ken Squier.

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