Are You a Fan of the Brickyard’s Infamous 7 Stripes? Now You Can Rock Those Colors for Just $16

Published 12/11/2023, 5:38 AM EST

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With the holiday season right around the corner, people have a lot of shopping left for themselves and their loved ones. Racing fans are no different. Thankfully, several organizations have released new merchandise with the holiday season in mind, and fans are spoilt for choice. The latest merchandise on the list comes from one of the most iconic race tracks, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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The history and legacy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway doesn’t need to be reiterated. From IndyCar to NASCAR, the circuit has hosted some of the most iconic races of all time, including the Indy 500 and the Brickyard 400. It even used to be home to the F1 US Grand Prix. It’s no wonder that fans have such a close connection with the venue.

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The latest line of merchandise released by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway are socks with the infamous 7 stripes The stripes represent the colors of the flag of the track. The foot garment is black and will also have the IMS wheel and wings and the name of the track written on the bottom.

The item is priced at $16 and they’re 20% off today only in-store at the Gift Shop inside Gate 2 of the Speedway. So residents near the circuit who want some racing merchandise and socks need to rush to the store to avail the exclusive item. Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles himself took to Twitter to advertise the iconic product.

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“With winter just around the corner, we’re all starting to think about how are we gonna stay warm and one of the best ways to stay warm is to keep your feet warm. You know we’ve got this beautiful 7-striped sock with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway name on it as well as the 7 stripes,” Boles said.

Winter garments aside, the circuit is also set for more exciting events in the near future. Among them is a full solar eclipse viewing experience on April 8, 2024. The track has released merchandise for that event as well.

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Iconic racing venue set to host rare celestial phenomenon viewing experience

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway was chosen by NASA as one of the few venues from where the once-in-a-lifetime celestial phenomenon can be viewed. The track owners believed that it was a good opportunity to cash in so they have released two solar eclipse die casts currently on sale on the official website. The track will partner with Purdue University for the event.

“Purdue’s support for this event is a perfect fit because of its storied, successful history in space exploration, motorsports, and engineering education,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. “‘Boiler Up’ will take on a whole new meaning through this partnership as thousands look upward to the sky on April 8 for a once-in-a-lifetime event.”

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The eclipse viewing experience is building up to be a massive event and it can be a fantastic day for space enthusiasts and students learning about the subject. Will you be going to the event?

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