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Museum Live: ‘What Does it Take to Win an Indy 500?’

Jan 28 @ 11:00 am 12:30 pm

Our “Museum Live” events encourage participants to join us on-site or online as we address compelling topics related to America’s Transportation Experience. January 28th, we kick off the year by looking at “what it takes to win the race.”

The allure and excitement of racing have long held the fascination of drivers, race teams, and fans. But what does it take to win the sport’s biggest races? Our upcoming “Museum Live” webcast focuses on winning the race. Our outstanding line-up of experts has keen insight and experience as former Team Penske members.

  • John Houp: Long-time Team Penske engine builder of numerous Indy 500-winning power plants
  • Chuck Sprague: Chief Mechanic on the 1985 Indy-winning car of Danny Sullivan and Chief Mechanic of Indycar National Champion with Danny Sullivan!
  • Tim Lombardi: Indycar team manager and logistics manager for over 40 years
  • Chuck Cornelison: Team Penske engine builder and former owner of the prestigious VDS RACING ENGINES, the offshoot of the famous Chaparral Racing Team
  • Clive Howell: Recent Team Penske Hall of Fame Inductee and Indy 500-winning Chief Mechanic
  • Bill Murphy: Pit crewman/fueler for Indy winners Rick Mears and Al Unser, Sr.

Join Us Online or On-site

Guests can participate onsite or online. Please complete the form below indicating your attendance preference. Registration closes at noon on Friday, January 27th.


In-person Participation

The onsite Racing presentation is included with paid general admission to the Museum. You can purchase your admission ticket now. Or you can purchase your ticket at the door when you arrive. Space is limited.

Access Link

If you’ve registered for the online event, the link is below.


If you have questions, please email info@aacamuseum.org

The webcast event is part of our “Museum Live” education and outreach initiative. Offered virtually via Zoom or onsite at the Museum, our guests address impacts on the antique car segment, touring vehicles, and automotive speed events.

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