World-class vintage racing returns for a third time to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the SVRA Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational. More than 500 vintage race cars will take center stage on both the road course and the historic oval during the weekend, offering drivers and the fans the widest variety of motor racing available anywhere.
Along with races, Motostalgia will host a collector car auction for the second year at IMS. The auction, preview, and display of all auction cars will be hosted indoors within the Pavilion buildings directly behind the iconic IMS Panasonic Pagoda and around the Plaza.
Here are some of the iconic cars we’d raise our hand to bid on.
This piece of history was driven in the 1987 Indy 500 by Mario Andretti and won the 1987 Long Beach Grand Prix and the Road America 200 while in the Newman-Haas stable.
This two-wheeled beauty was constructed by Al Unser in 2009 with parts from his own Indy and Sprints cars by Racing Innovations of Oklahoma City. You also can’t miss the 1971 Johnny Lightning Special paint scheme.
This gem is one of only 142 built. As a recent Concours restoration, this car comes from American, British and Italian origins.
This bad boy comes with ONLY 16,000 original miles and the ultra-desirable single flying mirror.
Let’s be honest … this is probably the finest surviving Pantera there is. It’s been an Arizona car for nearly 40 years and only has 9,222 miles.