The 34th annual National Auto Racing Memorabilia Show returns to Indianapolis on May 24, 25 and 26 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in the Our Land Pavilion.
This long-standing fixture of the Indy 500 weekend attracts collectors, fans and dealers from around the world. It’s considered the biggest racing show in the country for collectors, but also the most opportune place to sell racing items.
Promoters say in these trying economic times, two groups of racing collectors have emerged: those that are unaffected by the economy, and those that are giving a considerable amount of thought to making the decision to sell some of their collectibles. Dealers who specialize in other sports often come to the show to find buyers for their NASCAR, Indy Car and Formula One items. Attendees can obtain a free appraisal on up to three of their items on Saturday.
The Show has a proven and certified annual attendance. The Show aisles are wide and handicapped accessible. Rain or shine, collectors from all over the world show up for the event at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Dr. Brian Darrow will bring and his famous model of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway which is made completely of Lego building blocks. Dr. Darrow’s exhibit will be prominently displayed in the exhibit hall during all hours of this year’s Show.
The Show is open Thursday from 4:00-8:00; Friday from 2:00-8:00 and Saturday from 9:30-5:00. Saturday is Family Day and all daily admission prices are detailed on the Show’s website. The 58th running of the Hoosier Hundred takes place at the Fairgrounds Friday evening beginning at 8:00. For more information, visit NARMShow.com.