We go "glamping" at the Indy 500

For the first time, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway offered "glamorous camping" or "glamping," on the track's infield during the Indy 500. Across a small lake from the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course's eight hole, IMS settled "Glamptown," a village of 70 10-foot x 15-foot canvas tents. The tents were available with the… » 5/28/14 3:17pm 5/28/14 3:17pm

Race Fans Disapprove Of ESPN's Botching Of The Indy 500 Finish

ESPN on ABC's coverage of the thrilling final laps of yesterday's Indy 500 left many viewers upset, as Bristol's repeated coverage of the race leaders' significant others battled that of the actual racing. Here's a comparison of what ESPN aired versus video from the international feed. » 5/26/14 12:23pm 5/26/14 12:23pm

Dario Franchitti on Jim Clark's 1965 Indy 500-winning Lotus 38 Ford

In 2010, 45 years after Jim Clark drove his Lotus 38 Ford to a dominant win at the 1965 Indy 500, Dario Franchitti got to live out a dream by strapping in and driving his hero's car himself. Dario had just come off a season in which he scored both his second Indy 500 win and the IndyCar title. » 5/25/14 12:48pm 5/25/14 12:48pm

The Most Dominant Win--Roger Penske Reflects On The 1994 Indy 500​

Two Indy 500s stand out over the past 20 years for the utter dominance displayed by the winner. Most recently, it was Juan Pablo Montoya and the Target Chip Ganassi Racing team in 2000 where, with nearly identical cars, the young Colombian and the ace TCGR outfit dipped in from CART and flexed their muscles over the… » 5/25/14 7:32am 5/25/14 7:32am

Behind the Barriers At The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Take a tour through the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum where some amazing cool and somewhat crazy turbine-powered cars from the Indy 500's past are featured, along with a wide selection of purebred racing engines and other priceless machinery from 97 previous runnings of the Greatest Spectacle In Racing. » 5/23/14 5:41pm 5/23/14 5:41pm