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Indy 500: Saturday Before the Race Is No Longer Quiet

Normally the only thing going on at the Speedway the day before the greatest auto race in the world is the drivers meeting. This year, with the 100th anniversary of the race, there will be a lot more to see and do. This Saturday there will be over 100 former drivers signing autographs at the track for fans. It is being called “The World’s Largest Autograph Session” as part of the AJ Foyt Day festivities.As an added bonus to fans, 95 year old Dick Harroun (the son of Ray Harroun) will be on hand to sign autographs and talk about his father. There will be 13 former Indy 500 winners signing autographs from 9-10am at the Pagoda Plaza. More than 100 other drivers will be participating from noon to 4pm. Everything is free, and the gates wil...

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