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CONCORD, N.C. -- With Kasey Kahne winning the Brickyard 400, the No. 5 team wanted to make sure everyone back home at the shop got a chance to join in the celebration.

Just like the No. 24 team did when Jeff Gordon won at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2014, all of the No. 5 teammates on the Hendrick Motorsports campus in Concord, North Carolina, took the opportunity to kiss the bricks.

"It was so awesome to be able to win the Brickyard and bring the celebration back," No. 5 team crew chief Keith Rodden said. "It was a really special experience to witness that."

In addition to the bricks, the team brought home the trophy, win flag and ring to the party.

And Kahne made sure to greet each and every teammate as they took their turn to kiss the bricks.

"They were excited -- everybody was happy, everybody was congratulating me, which I'm congratulating them," Kahne said. "It just felt like a really good day."

Check out the unique experience in the video above.