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Tonight on Beyond the Bricks, Jake Query and Mike Thomsen open the show with the history of NASCAR at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Jake and Mike discuss just how big of a deal the Brickyard was when it first came to the World’s Greatest Racetrack. Mike displays his impressive memory recounting the drivers who have run both the Indy 500 and the Brickyard. 
Then, Jake and Mike hear Donald Davidson recount Marshall Teague’s desire to run in the Indy 500 and how turned in his NASCAR membership to make it happen. Paul Goldsmith is the oldest living Indy 500 driver and one of the all-time greats. Davidson recounts the career of Goldsmith and his six-year race resume at the 500 as well as his love for flying. To round out the show, Jake and Mike talk about Tim Richmond making the switch from open wheel racing to stock car racing.