Montoya the man to beat ... again
INDIANAPOLIS -- If Juan Pablo Montoya dominates Sunday's Brickyard 400 like he did in 2009 (and he should) and loses over a nitpicky penalty like he did last year (and he could), then he'll attain a record unique in a century of racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
He'll be the first driver to be robbed in consecutive years.
Montoya is on the pole with a Saturday qualifying speed of 182.278 mph, after being fastest in both of Friday's practice sessions.
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THE BRICKYARD 400
2010 marks the 17th running of the Brickyard 400 at the grand old racetrack -- Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Jamie McMurray came through with the right pit strategy -- a two-tire pit stop in the closing laps -- and some solid driving to win the race and give team owner Chip Ganassi a piece of history, with victories in the Daytona 500, Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 in the same season.