Finding a way to express the utter enjoyment of motorsports, the love of automobiles, the awe and wonder that is this world, this is what this son of an Indianapolis 500 driver attempts to capture and express in art, hopefully eliciting those shared joys in the enthusiast, the fan, the viewer and patron alike.
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Angela’s father is the late Swede Savage. He led the 1973 Indianapolis 500 in only his second start. He survived a horrible crash in the race only to die from his injuries 33 days later. Angela’s mother and Swede’s wife, Sheryl, had an 8-year old daughter and was six months pregnant with Angela at the time of the accident, which she witnessed in front of her. Angela was born in October of 1973, three months after her father’s death.
With the help of Paul Powell and other devoted fans and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Angela was able to attend her first Indy 500 in 2014. It changed her life and she’s spent the last couple of years catching up with her long lost racing family.
Sam Schmidt is a former IndyCar driver and current co-owner of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. The Lincoln, Nebraska native grew up working on race cars with his father who competed in drag races. Sam’s first season of IndyCar competition was 1997. Schmidt later became a pole winner and race winner in 1999.
Sam was in the midst of off-season testing when he endured a massive hit at Walt Disney World Speedway in Orlando.
Despite no longer being able to race, Schmidt forged on, establishing The Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation, (now known as Conquer Paralysis Now) as well as Sam Schmidt Motorsports, which is today called Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, just 14 months after the accident. Although Sam remains paralyzed from his chest down, thanks to technology, as well as his determination to find ways of independence, the 52-year-old has been granted a license – the first of its kind which allows him to drive a semi-autonomous vehicle. Today Sam, his wife Sheila and their two children, Savannah and Spencer, live in Henderson, Nevada.