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This was a very cool shoot. Thanks Steve Shunck and everyone involved at the Speedway. Hate to think how many of these cars I actually saw in person win the Indianapolis 500. Don’t wanna th…
Pat Caporali saved to Need for Speed
Indy 500 results from August 23, 2020 for the Indycar Series. Indianapolis 500 race results from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Chris Ashworth records a series of 1950s Indy Cars at Michigan International Speedway. This was a vintage racing event that was associated with the Concours ...
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Auction Lot F26, Monterey, CA 2016. Sold on bill of sale. Al Unser Jr. won the 1990 CART PPG Indy Car World Series Championship in this car. Unser won six CART races in 1990 driving the no. Valvoline-sponsored entry for Galles-Kraco Racing. Documented as authentic Lola Indy Car chassis no. H.U.02. Verified as one of the two original team cars by former Lola chief engineer and designer Bruce Ashmore. Rare Ilmor-built Chevrolet 2.65 liter turbocharged V-8 engine. CART inspection sticker…
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Racer helped build the foundation for Roger Penske's racing success
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The 1960 Watson Indianapolis Roadster is just about the perfect example of the iconic American racer, Indy Roadsters were the dominant design between 1952
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Page 1 of 2 - Out of respect - early Indy Cars - posted in 1/1 Racing & Rides: Well, out of respect for the fine car of PdL that appears in the Eagle Flying Soon thread, I have started this thread as there appears to be so much interest in early Indy 500 cars here.When you look at some of the photos posted on the Harvey Aluminum Special like this:Then you realize that Parnelli Jones qualified a roadster at 150 mph plus on tires just like those above.Sure was different back then, no…
Car owner Walter "Wally" Weir wanted a shot at running competitively in the Indianapolis 500, so for 1967 he purchased a new Gerhardt Indy Car chassis powered by a four-cam, 255-cu.in. Ford V-8. Believing that a Formula 1 driver would deliver his best chance for a respectable finish at Indy, Weir hi...
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