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The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard

The Allstate 400 at the Brickyard

The first Allstate 400 at the Brickyard (formerly the Brickyard 400) took place in Indianapolis in 1994 and quickly became one of most anticipated events in the NASCAR Nextel Cup series.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum

Approximately 75 cars are always on display, representing a widely diversified collection of early day passenger cars, European sports cars, motorcycles and other special interest vehicles, plus more than one-third of all the Indianapolis 500 winners, including the 1911-winning Marmon “Wasp.” ,br/Also on display are trophies, photographs, helmets, uniforms, goggles and other artifacts. A historic video is shown every 20 minutes in a 48-seat theater at no additional cost, while bus rides around the track are offered for an additional fee whenever the track is not in use.

Grounds Tour: Behind-the-Scenes at IMS

A unique behind-the-scenes “grounds tour” of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway gives unprecedented access to the Speedway’s most important landmarks, including the Gasoline Alley Suites, the four-story Media Center, the Bombardier Pagoda’s timing and scoring suite, the victory platform, the Gasoline Alley garage area and the start/finish line, where fans can stand on the famous “Yard of Bricks.”
The 90-minute guided tour of the 2.5-mile oval offers an in-depth view of the Speedway’s evolution over the past 97 years.

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