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1913 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race

By Charles F. Bretzman


Drivers, mechanics, and the pace car, driven by Carl Fisher, prepare for the 1913 500 Mile Race. On the right is the new five-story Japanese-style pagoda used for concessions, timers and scorers, the press, race officials, and special guests. The winning car, number 16, a Peugeot with French driver Jules Goux can be seen in the second row

Topics: Sports; Racetracks (automobile racing); Racing; Crowds; Pollution; Hats; Indianapolis Speedway Race
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1910
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