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IMS Museum honors 50 years of Camaro, engines of the 500

Two new exhibits at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum are paying tribute to "heroes of horsepower" and a fixture at the front of the field. "Incredible Engines of the Indy 500" honors the power plants behind the famous engines that have taken part in the legendary 500-mile race. The exhibit showcases the engines themselves along with the masterminds who designed them. A hands-on parts display will offer the chance to learn more about what made an Offenhauser go. "We are pleased to give our guests the opportunity to learn about the great engines of the Indianapolis 500 and the Hall of Fame designers who enhanced performance in the machines that finished first...
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