The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered by Big Machine Records… yes, that’s the full title of the race, but if you’re like me, it’s the Brickyard 400. As far as Indianapolis goes, it’s another track that is unlike any other on the schedule, but its closest comparison would be Pocono, so you can expect the same drivers that were strong there to be strong here. The races here at Indy often have strategy and fuel mileage come into play, and as far as manufacturers go, Ford, Toyota, and Chevy are split 2-2-2 over the last six years at this track. There should be an asterisk with the 2017 race, though, because half the field crashed in that race and it was just a mess. Honestly, I wouldn’t even look at it when analyzing history this weekend.