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Mario & The Painting

May 18th, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum had an event inviting guests to attend the opening of its exhibit, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Mario Andretti’s winning of the Indianapolis 500. Mario, Michael and Marco, three generations of Andretti racers were in attendance along with special guests like Johnny “JR” Rutherford, Pancho […]

It’s May!

Mario’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit – now open at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. IMS Museum announcement Fox59 Indianapolis CBS4 Indy “Mario’s ’69 Winner”, Son of Indy’s 36″x48″ Acrylic on Alumium original is displayed as part of the IMS Museum’s Mario Andretti exhibit. Don’t miss celebrating this year’s Indy 500 with your 18″x24″ poster for a […]

McLaren Returns

April 8th, 2019, McLaren unveiled it’s Dallara Indycar entry for Fernando Alonso’s second try at winning the Indianapolis 500. The historic race is one that the 2x F1 World Champion has called “one of three race events comprising the Triple Crown of motorsports.” Fernando has already accomplished two of the three having won the 24 […]

Mario’s 1969 Indy 500 Win

This May, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IMS Museum is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Mario Andretti’s winning of the 1969 Indianapolis 500 (IndyStar article ), (Autosport article). The win came in a back-up to the car. He led 116 of the 200 laps to score the most prestigious win of his IndyCar career in […]

Whoosh! – The STP-Paxton Turbocar

[quote]”Whoosh!”[/quote] This Son of Indy Acrylic on canvas original features the historic STP-Paxton Turbocar. This dominating Indycar, powered by a Pratt & Whitney jet turbine, all but won the 1967 Indianapolis 500. With just four laps remaining, a $6.00 bearing failure brought the iconic car driven by Parnelli Jones to rest, handing AJ Foyt his […]

Vintage Indycar Registry – Special Limited Offer

It was a fabulous time of fans, friends, and race enthusiasts, especially those who love racing’s history as shown by the restored and tribute Indycars of the past. To show my personal gratitude to the drivers, crew members and individuals who made the inaugural Vintage Indy Registry Open Wheel Icons event such a success, I […]

Gurney – American Racer

  [tg_lightbox type=”image” src=”http://f5a.33f.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Gurney-Racing-Legends-1-1k.jpg” href=”http://f5a.33f.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Gurney-Racing-Legends-1-1k.jpg” vimeo_id=”” youtube_id=””]   When Dan passed away this year, an American motorsports icon and a part of the greater racing story past onto the pages of history. Car designer, he drove and won in Formula 1 and the 1967 24 Hours of LeMans with co-driver AJ Foyt. Gurney was a […]

The Month of May

It’s the month of May and time for the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing!” Last year saw the return of F1 to Indy in the person of two-time F1 World Champion, Fernando Alonso who won the 101st Indianapolis 500 Rookie Award. El Nano Campeón (Son of Indy Artworks 30″x40″ Acrylic on Canvas original) was inspired by […]

Iconic Cool

“B Cool” Inspired by iconic American actor, Steve McQueen and his film “Bullitt”. 40″X30″ Son of Indy Acylic on Canvas original. Movie goers were given the thrill of a lifetime with the 1968 release of “Bullitt”, starring Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, and Jacqueline Bisset. Not only did the film have the star power of McQueen […]