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Join Today! Welcome to the Unser Racing Museum

The Unser Racing Museum is a multi-dimensional museum experience utilizing modern technologies to educate and immerse the visitor in the exciting world of racing. Take a guided tour and learn about the Unser family history, then explore on your own, seeing and interacting with racing history as it happened. The museum spans the early days of racing from Pikes Peak and Indianapolis to the latest technology, including a racing simulator that puts you in the driver's seat, and interactive kiosks for young and old to learn more about racing in a fun, educational environment.

The museum has been expanded to include an all new annex, with even more racing history, cars, and memorabilia. The annex contains a wide variety of cars, from fully restored antiques, to winning pace cars and race cars. There's also a trophy room filled with thousands of unique items, a complete library spanning the history of racing, original artwork, and so much more!

There's something for everyone, including a gift shop with hundreds of items, so you can bring home the perfect gift to remember your experience by, or surprise a race fan with a one-of-kind piece of racing history, or immortalize them forever in the museum brickyard.

2015 Santa Fe Concorso - September 25th-27th

Join us at The Club At Las Campanas and see more than 100 rare and exotic cars and motorcycles, including the 1962 Novi-powered No. 6 driven by Bobby Unser in the 1963 Indianapolis 500. The event pays tribute to Denise McCluggage, and celebrates Ferrari in America. For more information and tickets, visit Santa Fe

 Fun, Interactive, and Educational for all Ages

• 4 Generations of Race Cars
  – Indianapolis 500 Cars
  – Pike’s Peak Cars
  – Antique Cars
  – Winning Pace Cars
• Guided Tours
• Racing Simulator
• Trophies
• Racing Uniforms
• Original Artwork
• Interactive Kiosks and Videos
• Gift Shop with 100’s of Items
Jerry’s Garage (catered special events)
• Unique Racing Memorabilia
• And so much more...
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