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IMS Commemorative Brick Program now offers official Wing & Wheel logo

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway invites fans to help celebrate more than 100 years of the world’s greatest racecourse by purchasing a customizable brick to be installed on the IMS grounds as part of our Commemorative Brick Program.

For a limited-time only, fans can create their own commemorative brick to be installed on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway grounds, and now for the first time ever, the official IMS Wing & Wheel logo is available to appear on your commemorative brick. Specialty packages are also available, and include a brick to be installed, a replica brick to display in your home or office and a replica display case to showcase your replica.
 
IMS Pagoda Plaza Premier-level plaza bricks will be placed in the highly trafficked Pagoda Plaza area. Fans purchasing all other bricks have the opportunity to choose from a variety of installation sites on the IMS grounds including the outside of Turn 1, outside of Turn 4, and the fountain in front of the Hall of Fame Museum (view IMS map).  These locations represent some of the most historically significant and memorable areas of the Speedway. Those who purchase bricks will receive communication regarding this historic installation.

In addition, IMS recently launched a new interactive website, where fans can build their own brick in real-time. Visit www.imaginemyIMSbrick.com to create and customize your inscription on a simulated collection of IMS bricks, and then simply order your brick for placement at the Speedway.

The bricks themselves are made of a highly durable and strong product with a lengthy life expectancy. When installed, the bricks will be firmly placed on a fountain of crushed rock and sand—similar to how the original IMS track surface was built. Based on available installation areas on the grounds, only a limited number of bricks can be sold.

Fans with additional questions can call 1-877-493-4IMS (4467) for more information or visit:
www.imaginemyIMSbrick.com

Reserve your place in Indianapolis Motor Speedway history and order your brick today. 

**Certain brick installation locations may not be viewable except during event times that may require admission to the facility.
 

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IMS Commemorative Brick Program now offers official Wing & Wheel logo
 
IMS Commemorative Brick Program now offers official Wing & Wheel logo
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway invites fans to help celebrate more than 100 years of the world’s greatest racecourse by purchasing a customizable brick to be installed on the IMS grounds as part of our Commemorative Brick Program.
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