Camaro: 50 Years of Setting the Pace, presented by Bill Estes Chevrolet

This exhibition celebrates one of the most famous names in speed and style. It offers an opportunity to see the Camaros that have served as the official pace car at the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 up close.

Visitors will see the first Camaro pace car, a 1967 SS convertible from the first model year of the new “pony car,” as well as the orange-and-white restyled 1969 SS convertible, one of the most popular pace cars in Indianapolis 500 history.

Also on display is the Z28 Camaro that ushered in the third-generation of the famous model in 1982 by pacing the incredible race won by Gordon Johncock, as well as the SS editions that led the field for both the 100th Anniversary of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing in 2011, and the 100th Running of the World’s Greatest race in 2016.

This exhibit is now open and will be on display until April 2018.