The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 marks the 27th race hosted by Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Cup Series history. The 2.5-mile track located in Speedway, Indiana is known as the “The Brickyard,” due to its original surface being made of bricks. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a rectangular oval track with 9.2 degrees of banking in the turns. The track first opened in 1909, with the Cup Series holding its inaugural race in 1994, won by Jeff Gordon.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is 2.5 miles (4.023 km) long and a 400-mile race that requires 160 laps to complete.
Sunday, July 5th.
The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 will be at 4:00 PM ET.
The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 start time is 4:00 p.m. ET Sunday, July 5th. NBC will broadcast the race with radio coverage from IMS Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 is a 400-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana.
The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 is 400 miles, equating to 643.74 kilometres.
The Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 was first run in 1994.
Hendrick Motorsports is the owner with most Indianapolis Motor Speedway wins, with 10 wins total.
Jeff Gordon holds the record for most driver victories, with 5.