Original artwork from Indy 500 program cover now available!

The Indianapolis 500’s program is one of the most trusted and consistent pieces of the event’s history, with stories and photographs that hold the test of time. The publishing of a program dates to the first 500 in 1911, and it is not uncommon for collectors to possess all 104 of them. Although the race in 2020 was not held in its traditional month or even attended by fans, the program produced by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway staff is a 176-page...

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Scott Dixon now a six-time INDYCAR champion

Scott Dixon is building a career for the ages, and he added a sixth NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship to his resume Sunday by finishing third in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Dixon needed the strong result because his only threat to the title — Josef Newgarden of Team Penske — won the race for the second consecutive year, putting the pressure on Dixon to deliver. With Newgarden winning but not collecting the three additional bonus points, Dixon, who has...

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Rare, signed A.J. Foyt helmet among new items offered

Yes, Scott Dixon continues to climb INDYCAR’s all-time driver chart, and he is increasingly within reach of A.J. Foyt’s record for wins in a career (with 67). But make no mistake about it: There will never be another A.J. Foyt. As most of you know, Foyt’s career was among the most brilliant in the history of motorsports, and it began at the highest level in 1957. In addition to becoming the first driver to win four Indianapolis 500s, Foyt also won...

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