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2005 Rotary Revolution
Submitted by Dan Mazzella on Thursday, December 16, 2004 - 11:19am

Start:
April 22, 2005 - 10:00am
http://lat-g.com/Revolution/

Gentleman start your engines... One of the most famous phrases in motorsports will have an all
new meaning this April 22 - 24, 2005 when the Midwest's largest gathering of rotary car
owners get together to take over Indianapolis, Indiana.

No rest for the road-weary; the Rotary Revolution jumps into full-swing at 7 pm on Friday night as we
take our cars over to Indianapolis Raceway Park to take on some locals in the All-New Rotary Challenge.

On Saturday the all-rotary fun begins with drag-racing, two autocross tracks, seminars, our all-new
all-rotary audio/visual tent, sponsor exhibit areas, the Rotary Review and concluding with our Sponsors Cup.

On Sunday a short cruise back to Indianapolis Raceway Park for a Driving School, Road Racing, and Seminars.
The weekend concludes as the sounds of rotary engines fade off into the Indy skyline.

For more information, tour the website. While you are here, head over to the
Registration page and register for the event.


SPONSORS: To receive more information on being a
primary or secondary sponsor of this event, please visit our Sponsors
page.

Media: Please use our Contact Us
form to request our 2005 Media Guide to covering the Rotary Revolution.

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