Methodist Health Foundation invites you to kick off the greatest month in racing with Rev, hosted at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Dine on driver-inspired cuisine prepared by Indy's top chefs and enjoy a variety of music and entertainment while mingling with IndyCar drivers and racing legends. Experience a behind the scenes look at the yard of bricks, the acclaimed Borg-Warner trophy and Victory Podium and enjoy photo opportunities with Indianapolis's finest vintage cars.
Funds raised will support Indiana University Health statewide trauma programs including medical services for drivers and patrons at the IU Health Emergency Medical Center of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Built in Indianapolis from 1903 to 1925, the Premier began as a conventional vehicle before special racing models were created. In 1916, two racing Premiers equipped with a twin overhead camshaft, four cylinder, 16 valve engine, competed in the sixth running of the Indianapolis 500.
Designed as a combination dirt track and IndyCar, this Eddie Kuzma-built Offenhauser-powered machine won 17 National Championship races between 1953 and 1957 and finished second in the 38th running of the Indianapolis 500 before being converted into a sprint car in 1966.Designed as a combination dirt track and IndyCar, this Eddie Kuzma-built Offenhauser-powered machine won 17 National Championship races between 1953 and 1957 and finished second in the 38th running of the Indianapolis 500 before being converted into a sprint car in 1966.
One of the last “lay-down” cars to run at the Indianapolis 500, this car features an engine tilted so far to the left that it appears to be lying on its side. The design also resulted in a very low center of gravity and left-side weight bias which improved cornering capability.
The Maurice Philippe-designed cars built by and for the Vel’s Parnelli Jones Racing “Super Team” in 1972 underwent considerable amounts of secret experimentation prior to the 56th running of the Indianapolis 500, when the car’s dihedrals were replaced with a standard rear wing.
At the 70th running of the Indianapolis 500 in 1986, nine of the first 10 finishing positions were held by V8 Cosworth-powered chassis built by March Engineering of Bicester, England.
Driven by Robby Gordon in his fifth place finish at the 78th running of the Indianapolis 500, this 161-cubic-inch turbocharged V8 Cosworth XB-powered 1994 Lola was sponsored by Valvoline and the Cummins Engine Company of Columbus, Indiana.
VIP Elite ticket holders will enjoy early access to the event with complimentary valet parking and a private reception in the world famous Pagoda that will feature hand crafted cocktails and unique culinary specialties. VIP Elite guests will also experience thrilling speeds over 100+ mph around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as a passenger in an official IMS Chevy vehicle during early access to the track. Limited number of tickets available.
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Honorary Chair: Simon Pagenaud
Simon Pagenaud is a four-time race winner in the Verizon IndyCar Series, including the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis. He began his IndyCar career in 2007 and has finished in the top five in championship points in each of the last three seasons. He is also a past champion in the American Le Mans Series and has competed in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup, Australian V8 Supercar series and placed second in the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Frenchman will drive the No. 22 Team Penske Chevrolet as part of Roger Penske's first, four-car program in IndyCar.
Co-Chairs: Gary Brackett, Julie Davis
Rev Event Specialist: Carol A. Howard
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The relationship between IU Health Methodist Hospital and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway dates back to the racetrack's earliest days. From the hospital's first motorized ambulance in 1910, to the first liftoff of their LifeLine helicopter in 1970, to today, IU Health Methodist Hospital and the IMS have worked together to promote the safety of racecar drivers and Hoosiers alike. Rev is a celebration of the continued partnership between these influential Indianapolis institutions.