60s Indianapolis Motor Speedway Racing Sweatshirt Small
Chest 17 in.
Length 21 in.
Sleeve 20 in.
Content: Feels like cotton blend
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This incredible vintage sweatshirt is a keepsake made all the way back in the 1960s. The crewneck sweatshirt is a souvenir from the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, best known for being the home of the annual Indy 500 race. The 1960s saw a surge of Formula One drivers coming to the speedway thanks to the rear-engine revolution that was started by the Cooper F1 racing team. 1964, when A. J. Foyt earned his second victory, was actually the last year that a front-engine car won the Indy 500. Two years later Graham Hill would take first place and become the only driver to ever achieve a "Triple Crown of Motorsport", as he also went on to win the Monaco Grand Prix and La Mans 24 Hours that year.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small. There are light spots, see pics.