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100th Anniversary Indianapolis 500 To Start At Noon, Sunday, May 29
 
100th Anniversary Indianapolis 500 To Start At Noon, Sunday, May 29
The 33 greatest drivers in the world will cross the famed Yard of Bricks to take the green flag for the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 at noon (ET) Sunday, May 29, 2011. The start time has been 1 p.m. since 2006.
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Hulman & Company Announces Expanded Board Of Directors
Hulman & Company announced Feb. 17 an expansion of its Board of Directors in an effort to best position the company to take advantage of the promising outlook over the upcoming years.
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Friends, Fans Celebrate Carnegie's Wonderful Life, Legacy At IMS
 
Friends, Fans Celebrate Carnegie's Wonderful Life, Legacy At IMS
He had a voice larger than life and became as much a part of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the famed Yard of Bricks, but Tom Carnegie was one of us, a friendly, caring man of the people. That was the common theme throughout a host of tributes paid Feb. 15 during a celebration of the life of Carnegie, the longtime IMS Public Address announcer who died Feb. 11 at age 91.
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Celebration Of Carnegie's Life Set For Tuesday, Feb. 15 At IMS
 
Celebration Of Carnegie's Life Set For Tuesday, Feb. 15 At IMS
A celebration of the life of longtime Indianapolis Motor Speedway Public Address announcer Tom Carnegie, who died Feb. 11 at age 91, is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. (ET) Tuesday, Feb. 15 at IMS. The service will take place at the IMS Hall of Fame Museum and is open to the public. It will be streamed live at http://www.livestream.com/indianapolismotorspeedway.
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The Voice, Remembered
 
The Voice, Remembered
Yes, it's sad news, but it is greeted with a touching remembrance by all of us who love the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indy 500. Tom Carnegie's voice was a moment in time. When we hear him, we hear friends and loved ones. We hear the past. We hear ourselves.
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IMS Officials Remember Tom Carnegie
 
IMS Officials Remember Tom Carnegie
"This is a very sad day for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and everyone worldwide who loved Tom Carnegie. Millions of race fans who never met Tom still felt as if they knew him because of his distinctive voice and his passion for the Speedway, its events and its people.
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Legendary IMS Announcer Tom Carnegie Dies At 91
 
Legendary IMS Announcer Tom Carnegie Dies At 91
It is fair to say Carnegie probably deserves more credit than any other single human being for helping build the gigantic crowds that were drawn to the track for qualifications three and four decades ago. He developed his style through the mid-1950s and pretty much had it perfected by the early 1960s, bellowing the aforementioned phrases and others to the delight of the crowd.
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The best seats in the house
 
The best seats in the house
High in Section E (Turn 1). The overhang above Turn 1 is the most magical place at the Speedway, especially if you're in the front row. Ticket-holders here have an unobstructed view of everything from Turn 4 to Turn 2. The view from the roof above even more spectacular if you are lucky enough to be a photographer.
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Fans Can Vote For Indy 500 Dream Lineup At 'Greatest 33' Website
 
Fans Can Vote For Indy 500 Dream Lineup At 'Greatest 33' Website
"The Greatest 33" fan interaction platform will give fans around the globe the opportunity to pick their dream all-time starting lineup of 33 drivers for the Indianapolis 500 online at thegreatest33.com from mid-March until early May. The top 33 drivers, based on fan input, will be announced in early May as "The Greatest 33." Fans are encouraged to visit thegreatest33.com now to register for early admission to the site before driver selection opens officially in mid-March. The site currently provides a video glimpse of some of the most historic highlights in Indianapolis 500 history.
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Act Soon To Buy 2011 Indy 500 General Admission Tickets At 2010 Prices
Speed is essential for Indianapolis 500 teams, and it's also important for fans looking for a great value for "The Most Important Race in History" on Sunday, May 29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Fans should visit www.imstix.com or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Ticket Office before Feb. 1 to buy general admission tickets for the 2011 Indianapolis 500 race at 2010 prices.
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Winning Bid Of $225,000 Secures Drive Of Lifetime At 2011 Indy 500
 
Winning Bid Of $225,000 Secures Drive Of Lifetime At 2011 Indy 500
Addison Brown was the winning bidder at the Barrett-Jackson auction Saturday, Jan. 22 for the special-edition Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible that will serve as the Official Pace Car for the 2011 Indianapolis 500. She has the opportunity to drive the car during a parade lap in front of the field of 33 starters shortly before the green flag flies at "The Most Important Race In History" on Sunday, May 29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Chevrolet donated Brown's winning bid of $225,000 to the David Foster Foundation (http://www.davidfosterfoundation.org), a charity devoted to supporting families with children in need of life-saving organ transplants. David Foster, the 15-time Grammy-winning music producer and songwriter, founded the organization in his native Canada.
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Winning Bidder Will Drive 2011 Indy 500 Pace Car On Parade Lap
 
Winning Bidder Will Drive 2011 Indy 500 Pace Car On Parade Lap
A thrill of a lifetime awaits the winning bidder of the Barrett-Jackson auction Saturday, Jan. 22 for the special-edition Chevrolet Camaro Convertible that will serve as the Official Pace Car for the 2011 Indianapolis 500. The top bidder will have the opportunity to drive the car during a parade lap in front of the field of 33 starters shortly before the green flag flies at "The Most Important Race In History" on Sunday, May 29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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