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Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Announces “Shop Tour Series” For Members; First Stop: Schmidt Peterson Motorsports on Thursday, Nov. 1

INDIANAPOLIS, Friday, October 5, 2018 – The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is proud to announce its “Shop Tour Series,” where current and future IMS Museum members get a behind-the-scenes look at locally-based IndyCar Series team shops. The inaugural “Shop Tour Series” event will be a trip through the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports race shop on Thursday, […]

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Four-Time Indianapolis 500 Winner Al Unser to Return to Racing at SVRA Brickyard Invitational

Four-Time Indianapolis 500 Winner Al Unser to Return to Racing at SVRA Brickyard Invitational Four-Time Indianapolis 500 Winner Al Unser to Return to Racing at SVRA Brickyard Invitational One of the greatest drivers in Indianapolis Motor Speedway history is making a return to competition at the scene of his greatest triumphs. The Sportscar Vintage Racing...

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PENNZOIL CELEBRATES TEAM PENSKE’S 50th ANNIVERSARY WITH DEDICATED HALL OF FAME EXHIBIT

PENNZOIL CELEBRATES TEAM PENSKE’S 50th ANNIVERSARY WITH DEDICATED HALL OF FAME EXHIBIT The Largest Single Team Exhibit Opens at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum INDIANAPOLIS, IN – February 19, 2016 – To coincide with the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, Pennzoil celebrated Team Penske’s 50th anniversary of racing history with the opening of the “Team Penske 50th Anniversary […]

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