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INDIANAPOLIS -- He does not want a win for himself. Ryan Newman wants one for his owner.
The third-year driver for Penske Motorsports has already made a name for himself in Indiana. After 100 races in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series, the South Bend native would like to add a win at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It's a place where Roger Penske and winning have gone hand-in- hand. For three straight years, Penske owned a car that won the Indianapolis 500.
But the venerable car owner does not have a win in the Brickyard 400. The 11th edition of the 160-lap event at IMS is Sunday, with qualifying today.
"Every race is important, but in Roger Penske's eyes, it definitely holds a high value as far as respect when it comes to getting to victory lane," Newman said. "Whether it's Indy cars or stock cars, their goals are the same, to win every race possible." …