Speedway Opens Gates to Visitors

This is a unique article that highlights early cooperation between local automobile manufacturers and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. At the request of manufacturers in the summer of 1910, Speedway management agreed to leave their gates open so their inquisitive customers could come see the wonder of the new Brickyard. Previously, admission was granted only through a special credential issued by track management. This article was published July 29, 1910.

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