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Indianapolis Historic Racing Exhibition Set For May
March 15, 2019
Some of the most popular and legendary cars of the Indianapolis 500’s glorious history will run on the famed 2.5-mile oval, and when not roaring across the Speedway’s Yard of Bricks and into turn one, all will be on public display in the east parking lot of the IMS Museum.
Indianapolis Historic Racing Exhibition Set For May

The roar of vintage Indianapolis 500 champions will permeate Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) on May 23-25, as the IMS Museum sponsors the 21st annual Indianapolis Historic Racing Exhibition.

Some of the most popular and legendary cars of the Indianapolis 500’s glorious history will run on the famed 2.5-mile oval, and when not roaring across the Speedway’s Yard of Bricks and into turn one, all will be on public display in the east parking lot of the IMS Museum, inside turn two of the IMS oval.

Public admission to the display area is free with the purchase of IMS admission.

In 2018, vintage racers and car collectors brought more than 70 original Indianapolis 500 entries back home to IMS for the Historic Racing Exhibition (HRE). Entry requirements for 2019 are the same: All entries must be Indy cars that have qualified, or attempted to qualify, for the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race between 1911 and 1994.

For more information, including the autograph session, track laps and entertainment set for the exhibition dates, visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway website.