G Dausch Debuts This Saturday, May 9, with Virtual Edition of Speedway Cars & Coffee
Noted and award-winning motorsports artist Gary Dausch, through his studio G Dausch Automotive Fine Art, has teamed up with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum as a sponsor of the Museum’s Speedway Cars & Coffee events for the remainder of 2020.
G Dausch Automotive Fine Art, based in Indianapolis, offers exquisite, highly-detailed original works of art, as well as high-quality prints, depicting many of the greatest race cars, drivers and other personalities from IndyCar, Formula One and sports cars, from early in motorsports history to today’s stars. For more information on Gary Dausch and his works of art, please visit www.gdausch.com .
Speedway Cars & Coffee normally takes place in the IMS Museum’s East Parking Lot from 9 a.m.-noon (ET) on the second Saturday of the month between April and October, and the events have grown from an average of 150-200 cars in its inaugural season to upwards of 400-500 cars at each event in 2019 – from pre-war vintage cars to mid-20th century Indy 500 Pace Cars, to the latest high-performance supercars.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, however, all Speedway Cars & Coffee gatherings are taking place virtually until further notice.
Learn how to participate in the May 9 virtual event by visiting the IMS Museum’s Facebook or Instagram channels at @IMSMuseum, or the Indy Cars & Coffee Facebook or Instagram channels, @indycarsandcoffee.
The IMS Museum is proud to have G Dausch Automotive Fine Art join its multi-season Speedway Cars & Coffee sponsors, Jack’s Donuts and River West Coffee & Tea, as part of the family.
About the IMS Museum: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is home to one of the world’s premier motorsports and automobile collections, with a focus on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its role as a global icon of sporting tradition and innovation.
Located inside the famed 2.5-mile IMS oval, the Museum is open 363 days a year (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas). It is operated by the IMS Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that relies on support from admissions, tours, sponsorships, annual memberships and foundation grants for operations, educational programming, restoration and preservation efforts and exhibits.