Sounds from Carb Day for the 89th running of the Indianapolis 500. All of these sounds were recorded during the pit stop competition. Included are Scott Dixon’s run against Tony Kanaan, Dave Calabro announcing Dixon’s victory, and Kenny Brack vs. Alex Barron. Enjoy the party atmosphere of Carb Day! Recorded at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 27, 2005.
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Scott Dixon Pit Stop - Length: 00:41
Scott Dixon’s pit stop during the pit stop competition. Tony Kanaan had already completed his pit stop, and Dixon had to recover from some kind of problem. Dave Calabro can be heard on the public address system. Recorded from the Paddock Penthouse.
Scott Dixon Advances - Length: 00:50
Dave Calabro announces Scott Dixon’s victory over Tony Kanaan in the Carb Day pit stop competition while the song “Louie Louie” plays in the background. Air tools can be heard as well. Recorded from the Paddock Penthouse.
Kenny Brack vs. Alex Barron - Length: 03:29
Kenny Brack defeats Alex Barron in the Carb Day pit stop competition while AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” plays in the background. Please note that there is a little bit of foul language in this clip (At the track? On Carb Day? Hard to believe, right?). Recorded from the Tower Terrace.
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