The Speedway edition of Indianapolis Coffee and Cars Cruise-In car show held Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was the largest in its 11 years of car shows.
Saturday morning was the 4th event of 38 scheduled for this season. The car show began at 9 a.m. in the east parking lot of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and attracted a record 536 entries and over 2,000 spectators during the 3-hour event.
Indianapolis Coffee and Cars began in Spring 2008 by Casey Szink and Mark Raza to unite car lovers in the Indianapolis area. The events are held almost every Saturday morning from March through October at locations in and around the greater Indianapolis metropolitan area. Entries are open to antique, classic, restored, modern, hot-rod...just about everything.
The next Indianapolis Cars and Coffee event will be Saturday at K1 Speed in Fishers.