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Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Memorial Site, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Chevrolet, Louis
Chevrolet, Louis
Louis Chevrolet - This monument has been established in honor of race car driver and automobile designer Louis Chevrolet. The monument features a large bust of Chevrolet and smaller plaques that feature his brother Gaston, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1920 Indianapolis 500, Henry Ford, W.C. Durant, who made the Chevrolet an integral member of General Motors Corporation and Tommy Milton, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1921 Indianapolis 500. Others depicted in the plaques include Carl Fisher, T.E. Myers, Barney Oldfield, E.V Rickenbacker. James Allison and Harvey Firestone. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Medical complications following a leg amputation 
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Chevrolet, Louis
Chevrolet, Louis
Louis Chevrolet - This monument has been established in honor of race car driver and automobile designer Louis Chevrolet. The monument features a large bust of Chevrolet and smaller plaques that feature his brother Gaston, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1920 Indianapolis 500, Henry Ford, W.C. Durant, who made the Chevrolet an integral member of General Motors Corporation and Tommy Milton, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1921 Indianapolis 500. Others depicted in the plaques include Carl Fisher, T.E. Myers, Barney Oldfield, E.V Rickenbacker. James Allison and Harvey Firestone. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Medical complications following a leg amputation  
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Chevrolet, Louis
Chevrolet, Louis
Louis Chevrolet - This monument has been established in honor of race car driver and automobile designer Louis Chevrolet. The monument features a large bust of Chevrolet and smaller plaques that feature his brother Gaston, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1920 Indianapolis 500, Henry Ford, W.C. Durant, who made the Chevrolet an integral member of General Motors Corporation and Tommy Milton, who drove a car Louis designed to victory in the 1921 Indianapolis 500. Others depicted in the plaques include Carl Fisher, T.E. Myers, Barney Oldfield, E.V Rickenbacker. James Allison and Harvey Firestone. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Medical complications following a leg amputation  
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Earnhardt, Ralph Dale Sr
Earnhardt, Ralph Dale Sr
Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr - Auto Race Car Driver. A legend in the sport of race car driving, he was a 7-time NASCAR Winston Cup Champion. He was killed on the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500 race. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Racing accident 
Located    Ralph "Dale" Earnhardt, Sr (d. 18 Feb 2001)
 
Earnhardt, Ralph Dale Sr
Earnhardt, Ralph Dale Sr
Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr - Auto Race Car Driver. A legend in the sport of race car driving, he was a 7-time NASCAR Winston Cup Champion. He was killed on the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500 race. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) Cause of death: Racing accident 
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Harroun, Ray
Harroun, Ray
Ray Harroun - Commemorative banner displayed at the speedway. First displayed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2001, on the 90th anniversary of Harroun's victory in the first 500-mile Classic. Harroun retired as a race driver after his victory, thereby compiling a "perfect" record in Indianapolis 500 competition. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett)  
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Hill, Graham
Hill, Graham
Graham Hill - This commemorative banner was displayed at the Indianapolis 500 in September 2001 on the occasion of the 2nd US Grand Prix held there. 
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Milton, Tommy
Milton, Tommy
Tommy Milton - posthumously inducted into the Motor Sports Hall of Fame in 1998 
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Parsons, Johnnie
Parsons, Johnnie
Johnnie Parsons 
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Rose, Mauri
Rose, Mauri
Mauri Rose 
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Shaw, Wilbur
Shaw, Wilbur
Wilbur Shaw  
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Vukovich, Bill
Vukovich, Bill
Bill Vukovich 
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