Indy 500 engines on display at IMS Hall of Fame Museum
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – For the gear heads who visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there are engines on display at the Hall of Fame Museum.
Approximately 25 of them are out on the floor. They’re used in the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
The museum’s collection includes race cars from IndyCar, NASCAR, Formula One, Sprint, Midget, motorcycle races, and drag racing series, according to the website. The estimated 135,000 annual visitors tour the museum during Month of May alone.Click here to learn more. You can keep up with all of our Indy 500 coverage, here.