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The Talk of Gasoline Alley

The Talk of Gasoline Alley


Weeknights in May from 8-9 PM

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Historian Donald Davidson answers your questions of a nostalgic nature about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on FM 107.5 / 1070 The Fan. The program airs live from 8-9pm on weeknights throughout the month of May. Find previous years' episodes of Talk of Gasoline Alley here. 

3 Ways to Download The Talk of Gasoline Alley & Trackside:
1. http://1070thefan.com/Indy500 
2. http://apple.co/2qO3paP 
3. http://omny.fm/shows/trackside 

 

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