The Penske Racing Museum houses the largest of winning Indy cars other than the Brickyard’s museum in Indianapolis. In the museum are displayed winning race cars and Penske racing memorabilia. Make a day of your visit to the museum. Enjoy breakfast or lunch in the Turn4 Café on the second floor. With more than 300 major race wins including 15 Indianapolis 500-mile race victories, there is much to see including the 1963 Pontiac Catalina driven by Roger Penske to victory in the 1963 Riverside 250. Before you leave the museum, check out the Boutique, on the second floor, where you can purchase Penske Racing merchandise such as apparel, die cast cars, books – even unique car parts signed by Penske Team drivers. The Penske Racing Museum is open seven days a week. Admission is free.