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brickyard

b rikyord

  • n  a place where bricks are made and sold

  • Rural workers rescued from an illegal brickyard at the village of Linfen, in northeast China.
  • S uppose you have lost your brickyard, and the tugs no longer stop at your town, and the interstate has drawn the .
  • Tough as it is, the big spin in the Indianapolis "brickyard" avoids the car-killing problems of Sebring's abandoned airfield.
News & Articles

  • Huset's Speedway race to keep NASCAR's Tony Stewart sharp
    Tony Stewart is a three-time NASCAR champion, two-time winner of the Brickyard 400, winner of the USAC Triple Crown and former pole-sitter for the Indianapolis 500.
    June 23, 2013 - The Argus Leader
  • Large billboards grabbing attention on Route 101 in Epping
    Two large billboards erected along busy Route 101 are grabbing the attention of drivers.?They're hard to miss,? said 20-year-old Jazz Prince of Raymond, who watched the billboards being installed last week at the Brickyard Square shopping center.
    June 19, 2013 - New Hampshire Union Leader
Quotes

  • Juan Pablo Montoya in SI.com
    I don't think anyone had anything for Tony,Montoya said. "His car was way too fast. But second here at the Brickyard, it was awesome."
  • Jimmie Johnson in USA Today
    It doesn't weigh as much as a Brickyard win or a Daytona 500 win or even winning at Bristol,he said. "This is just an irritation. I know I can do this. I get in other road course cars, and I'm plenty fast and competitive. I've run good at...
  • Tony Stewart in SI.com
    I'm very goal-oriented,Stewart explained. "I said the weight of the world was off my shoulders when I won the Brickyard, and I thought, 'All right, I can die happy.' Than I thought, 'Now I've got to win Daytona.' And, if I win Daytona, I...

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