(Indianapolis, IN) - A four race weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway starts with the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge this afternoon at 1:50 and culminates with the 400-mile Sprint Cup race on Sunday afternoon.
Jordon Taylor is on the pole for this evening's Brickyard Grand Prix, a 14-turn race on the I-M-S road course that features cars with a driver and a passenger.
Taylor set a track record for the class with a lap of one-minute, 22.251 seconds in a Corvette owned by Indianapolis based Taylor-Wayne racing.
Drivers will qualify for NASCAR's Nationwide event tomorrow and begin the 100-lap race at 5:30 Saturday.
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