Indianapolis Motor Speedway Original Culver Track Brick
On December 14, 1909, workers placed 3.2 million, 10-pound bricks to pave the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Since then, most of these bricks have been buried under asphalt, but one yard remains exposed at the start-finish line, with winning drivers kissing these bricks after a successful race. This brick is one of the very few bricks left from the original track before the bricks were buried with asphalt in 1938.
Please note that the brick in the main photo may not be the brick you receive as all the bricks in stock are slightly different from one another.
The brick comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.