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image from misfit120.files.wordpress.comINDIANAPOLIS — Sunday, when the Brickyard 400 will be contested for the 21st time at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is a big day for Doug Boles, but in at least one sense it will be like any other.


"I get up every day, even in May, trying to figure out how to sell tickets for the Brickyard," the IMS president said.


It's a big job. It's a big track. If the same crowd shows up as last year, 100,000 seats will be occupied (Boles' count), and 150,000 will be empty. We're a long way from the 1990s, when the Brickyard was NASCAR's hottest ticket and biggest buzz, the stands were full and the race rivaled motorsport's most iconic event, its roommate, the Indianapolis 500.  Read More>>>>>>>>>>>