The Town of Brownsburg joined the Indiana Racing Memorial Association to celebrate the unveiling of the Brownsburg Racing Memorial Trail. This new trail honors the legacies of local racing legends who have significantly impacted the motorsports industry.
The Brownsburg Racing Memorial Trail, unveiled on August 24, is a testament to Indiana's rich history of racing. The trail spans just over 2.1 miles featuring four iconic motorsports legends across Williams Park, Town Hall Green, and White Lick Creek Greenway. A fifth memorial will be installed later this fall.
"The Brownsburg Racing Memorial Trail is a wonderful way to celebrate and honor the rich history of racing throughout Indiana," said Brownsburg Town Council President Travis Tscahenn. "Brownsburg's roots are in auto-racing, and we are grateful for the Indiana Racing Memorial Association's partnership to allow us to host such an important piece of our history."
Visitors to the trail will be able to learn about the lives and accomplishments of racing legends such as the late Larry Rice, Robbie Stanley, and others. Each memorial highlights their contributions to the motorsports industry.
"The Brownsburg Racing Memorial Trail is a fitting tribute to these racing legends," said Indiana Racing Memorial Association President Mark L. Eutsler. "We are proud to partner with the Town of Brownsburg to create a lasting legacy for these incredible people."
The Brownsburg Racing Memorial Trail is now open to the public and is free to visit. Visitors can view the trail online.