Brickyard winners not just paying lip service with traditional postrace smooch

It's all about the milk at the Indy 500. The Allstate 400? It's all about the kiss. With apologies to Snow White, the most meaningful smooch happens this time every year at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, writes David Newton.

Updated: July 27, 2008, 1:03 PM ET
By David Newton | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- Todd Parrott was standing in Victory Lane at arguably the most famous racetrack in the world. Flashbulbs were blinding him and the rest of the No. 88 team as photographers documented Dale Jarrett's victory. He was almost in a daze as he looked across the front straightaway toward the flag stand.

Then it hit him.

"I saw those rows of bricks and thought, 'Man, it sure would be cool to go over there and turn our hats around backwards and get ...

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