It’s not nearly as iconic of a father-son photo as a small John F. Kennedy Jr. hiding under his dad’s desk in the Oval Office when JFK was President in the early 1960s, but it could be part of a feel-good NASCAR moment on Sunday when the Brickyard 400 takes place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Back when Bill Elliott won the 2002 Brickyard 400, he performed the traditional “kissing of the bricks” at the historic finish line (which was started by Dale Jarrett and his crew chief Todd Parrott after Jarrett won the 1996 Brickyard 400).

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