• Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • Image Credit: Chris Owens / Indianapolis Motor Speedway


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    Anyone that's been to a race at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway knows this to be true: The scoring pylon, which sat at the start-finish line and showed the positions of drivers as they lapped the oval has been horribly, terribly outdated, making it quite difficult to read. Considering this, the new, 92-foot-tall, $1-million, LED-adorned scoring tower that's just been erected is a huge improvement. Just compare the above image of the new tower with the inset image of the older model to

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