A Day at the Indianapolis 500 in 1939
The Indianapolis 500 is a car race that has been thrilling crowds since 1911.
In 1939, photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt was assigned to cover the event by LIFE Magazine and took a series of photos that wonderfully captured the time period, the high octane risk, and the wide variety of fans and spectators.
Let’s go back in time and take a look...
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