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Chili Bowl contest!

It’s Alphabet Soup day at the Chili Bowl and we’re feeling generous. Up for offer are some Trackside Online subscriptions (or extensions) to new or current subscribers.

All you have to do is find Patrick to collect your prize. We have three free year-long subscriptions ($22 value) available for people who have never subscribed and three free year-long extensions (also a $22 value) for current subscribers.

Patrick is 6’4″, wearing a grey polo with the TSO logo, and will most likely be in and around the #12 pits of Chris Shiel.

Good luck!!

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The EadsGraphics Indy 500 Spotters Guide

We are proud to again host the Eads Graphics Indy 500 Spotters Guide!

Download it here (PDF).

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The Inaugural Kevin Lee Grand Prix Supporting the Caroline Symmes Cancer Endowment Honoring Ben Burchard

For those of our reader and subscribers that are in the Indianapolis area,  Kevin Lee of 1070 The Fan and NBC Sports is hosting an inaugural karting event in honor of Ben Burchard, a 12-year old quarter-midget driver from Brownsburg, who recently lost his battle to Osteosarcoma.

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What: The Inaugural Kevin Lee Grand Prix Supporting the Caroline Symmes Cancer Endowment Honoring Ben Burchard

When: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 – 6pm to 10pm (EST)

Where: Fastimes Indoor Karting – 3455 Harper Road Indianapolis, IN 46240

What:  Meet some drivers and enjoy some exciting racing, great food from Sullivan’s Steak House, a silent auction, raffle prizes, and much more to help support The Caroline Symmes Cancer Endowment.

For more information and to purchase tickets (for racing or spectating) please head to the following site: The Inaugural Kevin Lee Grand Prix Supporting the Caroline Symmes Cancer Endowment Honoring Ben Burchard

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