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Continued: Kiss the Bricks: NASCAR celebrates 20th Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

  • Article by: DAN GELSTON , AP Sports Writer
  • Last update: July 27, 2013 - 6:30 PM

Johnson and Gordon have each won four times at Indianapolis. Foyt, Mears and Al Unser won four Indianapolis 500s. It's possible they could join Michael Schumacher as a five-time winner at the track. Schumacher won his five F1 races on Indy's road course configuration.

"Fifth would be incredible. I can't believe I have four of them right now," Johnson said.

He could stand alone from the open-wheel greats all because NASCAR and IMS bucked tradition 20 years ago.

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