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The Talk of Gasoline Alley

IMS Historian Donald Davidson is back answering your questions, including how the Indianapolis 500 was already the Biggest Race in the World since it's inaugural running 1911.
Photo: Ron Hoskins | Getty On tonight's edition of ToGA, Donald Davidson answers your questions regarding the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including the ever-changing look of Ray Harroun's Marmon Wasp machine AFTER he won the inaugural Indianapolis 500.
The Historian of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Donald Davidson, returns to answer your questions of a historic nature surrounding IMS.
Tonight, Donald Davidson concludes the final weeknight edition of The Talk of Gasoline Alley this month. Fear not, Donald will return Sunday after the race, and in July for the Brickyard 400!
On tonight's show, IMS Historian Donald Davidson answers a question from a caller regarding drivers being stuck in traffic on race morning, and tells a story multiple drivers having to find alternative modes of transportation into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Tonight, Kevin Lee and IMS Historian Donald Davidson keep the phone off the hook and instead answer listener e-mails pertaining to the history of the Indianapolis 500.
Tonight, IMS Historian Donald Davidson as well as Kevin Lee begin the final week of nightly programming, leading up to the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500.
On tonight's show, IMS Historian Donald Davidson answers questions surrounding the history of the Indianapolis 500, including an infamous confrontation between A.J. Foyt and longtime Indianapolis sportswriter Robin Miller, and what new piece of technology caused the issue...