Tony Stewart is trying to win his third Brickyard 400 in front of his home-state fans. Jimmie Johnson is vying for a record fifth. That's just two of the storylines to watch Sunday, writes John Oreovicz.
Juan Pablo Montoya came close to winning the Brickyard as a full-time Sprint Cup driver. Now a full-time IndyCar driver, he's back to give it another shot with powerful Team Penske, John Oreovicz writes.
Sebastien Bourdais could have faded away after leaving American open-wheel racing for a Formula One stint that didn't work out. With an IndyCar win Sunday in Toronto, the four-time Champ Car champ is showing he still has it, writes John Oreovicz.
There are double points on the line Sunday at Pocono and that has some drivers uneasy about the 500-mile crapshoot while others are raring to go for the second leg of IndyCar's "Triple Crown," writes John Oreovicz.