The Americans began racing cars as quickly as it began appearing on our roads, like the fact that the Indianapolis 500 has been going on 100 years of heavy coated paper. The U.S. Senate was going to tip their collective hat on this occasion, so he decided that our senators to pass a resolution officially recognizing the race for his longevity. And since it costs nothing to find a date that was agreed unanimously.
In other interesting news Indianapolis 500, 100-year history of the event also coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Chevrolet. The company and the races are so intertwined that Arthur Chevrolet, the brother of Louis founded the Bowtie brand, the first Indianapolis 500 races. Louis actually run the 'race in 1915 and 1919, while another brother Gaston took first place in 1920. The 2011 Camaro Convertible is suitable to serve as pace car for this year's event.