From the Estate collection of Clarence Cagle, Track Superintendent for thirty years and later vice president of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Cagle was inducted into the 500 Auto Racing Hall of Fame.  He pioneered asphalt construction techniques to convert to an asphalt surface that are still used and is known for resurrecting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from the state of disrepair and neglect during WWII.

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