Savage Angel

Death and Rebirth at the Indianapolis 500


The history of Swede Savage

Author, Ted Woerner, was an 11-year old Swede Savage “super fan” sitting in the turn 4 grandstand at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 12, 1973. He watched and cheered as his hero broke the track record in time trials for the Indianapolis 500.

Swede’s daughter, Angela, was a few months from her birth when the father she has never known died at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in his quest to win the famed race. A sister within the motorsports family, the IndyCar family has re-united Angela with the world her father loved.

Both Angela and Ted operate the Miles Ahead motoring events.

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