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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is located in the heart of the oval circuit on which the famous Indianapolis 500 and many other races are held every year. The Museum preserves the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500. Since 1956, the museum’s collection has grown from a modest 12-car exhibit to one of the world’s largest collections of automobiles and racing memorabilia, with over 55,000 objects and more than 300 vehicles.

With the museum currently closed for a complete renovation of its facilities, the Savoy Automobile Museum and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum have been able to set up a collaboration. This allows the Savoy Museum to offer a two-part exhibition. The first part, open until September 29, features a dozen cars from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum collection.