|This winning INDY car is front and center at the museum.|
Read the story below to learn of the extraordinary history of this car.
|Where it all began. Al and Bobby's father Jerry, ran a successful|
auto repair business in Albuquerque, where the boys developed
their proficiency for auto racing.
|Talent sometimes runs in families. Does your family|
possess its own special talent?
The museum showcases cars from the old Pikes Peak hill climbs, as well as IROC (International Race of Champions) cars. The INDY cars are the highlight though, and I know you’re wondering about that car on the platter: No, it wasn’t a game show prize, but it could have been—the car sat idle in a hotel lobby in Reading, Pennsylvania just weeks before the running of the 71st INDY 500.
|One of the posters in the "artwork" room. I included this photo as a nod to|
the short-lived Detroit Grand Prix. I lived in Detroit for the inaugural run of this race.
Detroit is also the current home of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
|Al Unser Jr.'s 1994 winning INDY car is in the museum.|
This model, under plexiglass inside the front door, is insured for
|The Unser Racing Museum welcomes visitors to sunny Albuquerque.|