Behind the Barriers Notes and Quotes form the 87th Indianapolis 500 May 10, 2003 Rock and roll part three Kenny Brack appearance with the band, "Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers," is a media and VIP only affair. The event, scheduled for Tuesday...
Behind the Barriers
Notes and Quotes form the 87th Indianapolis 500
May 10, 2003
Rock and roll part three
Kenny Brack appearance with the band, "Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers," is a media and VIP only affair. The event, scheduled for Tuesday night at Ike & Jonesy's bar in Indianapolis, will feature a one-hour set of music from the Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, The Clash and Aretha Franklin. In Friday's "Behind the Barriers" Ike & Jonesy's staff had indicated that limited access would be available for the public.
Sarah Fisher played a joke on her crew telling them she had sponsorship deal cooking with television network Nickelodeon and the hit show "Sponge Bob Square Pants." To seal the deal she would need video footage of the team working on the car wearing Sponge Bob boxer shorts. The crew complied, and with IMS Productions in one the joke, the crew was filmed working on the car as well as walking through Gasoline Alley in full view of their colleagues. After being told of the joke the crew is thinking of ways to seek revenge.
Women in the winner's circle
The Lyn St. James Foundation will host a luncheon at the Columbia Club on Monument Circle on May 19 from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. Tickets for the luncheon, which will feature women race drivers of the past, present and future, are $50- 100 for individuals.
Another joke making the rounds
"Did you hear that the official "Last Row Party" is going to be a formal affair
Everyone will be wearing bowties."
Janet Guthrie back in Indianapolis
Janet Guthrie, who was the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500, is in Indianapolis to attend the Hall of Fame/Oldtimers Banquet on May 16. For more information on Janet Guthrie please visit www.janetguthrie.com.