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Encounter: Pinewood Derby

Yellow light … yellow light … yellow light … green light! And they’re off.

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Two Days Embedded in the World’s Hottest Brickyard

Being “embedded” is like jumping from your recliner into the Yankees dugout.

Sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in 2014
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Road Trip: See Corvettes That Rose From the Dead in New Exhibit in Kentucky

Next time you’re on the way to Nashville or the Florida Panhandle, hit the brakes, get your picture taken behind the wheel of one of America’s favorite sports cars—and hope your car is still in the parking lot when you leave.

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Speed Read: Dream Cars Exhibit

The IMA hopes its first foray into vehicles reaches 75,000 in attendance, which would make Dream Cars one of the IMA’s largest events ever.

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Jeff Gordon to Drive Pace Car at Indy 500

The NASCAR great shouldn’t need any pointers on how to manage the turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. After all, he’s won the Brickyard 400 five times.

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Late Models: Phil Gulley Reminisces About His Rides

Perfectly decent human beings, like me for instance, are made to feel like losers for driving a 1999 Toyota Corolla.

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Putnam Park Road Course Satisfies Need for Speed

Xtreme Xperience event is bringing supercars to Putnam Park Road Course in Greencastle, allowing car enthusiasts with expensive taste—but not necessarily the means to buy them—a chance to whip around corners and scream down the straights on a 1.8-mile, 10-turn track designed to challenge skill and nerve.

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Picker's Paradise: Indiana Landmarks Treasure Hunt

On July 12, Indiana Landmarks hosts its annual Treasure Hunt. Above, a few of the items we’d like to add to our chest.   Photos by Tony Valainis This article appeared in the July 2014 issue. 

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Best of Indy: Amateur Racetrack

For a town built on racing, Indy has been noticeably lean on racetracks. Short of the Fastimes go-karting facility near Castleton, where can the amateur go to express his inner Foyt?