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Historic Indy Cars Displayed in Auburn

Auburn, Ind. (WOWO): Racing fans will be treated to a special collection of Indy race cars through the end of May at the National Military History Center.

The free exhibit features the historic 1911 Wasp. Ray Harroun drove the car to a win in the first Indianapolis 500.

Also in the display, a 1997 G-Force Aurora, which Scott Goodyear drove to a second place finish. 

The 1995 pole winner, a Lola driven by Scott Brayton is in the exhibit. Museum hours are 7 days a week from 9 am-5 pm

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