@nascarcasm: Traffic laws for driver streets in Downtown Indianapolis
By @nascarcasm | Thursday, September 5, 2019
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Every year before the Brickyard 400, downtown Indianapolis commemorates the event by naming streets after the drivers. Naturally, the traffic laws are different for each of them.
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Be prepared to slam on your brakes and come to a sudden stop, sort of like his victory celebration.
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This street features many of downtown’s finest honky-tonks and hootenannys. Although if you’re stopped at an intersection, be sure to keep your windows rolled up because you never know who might run up and start punching through your window.
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At Larson’s request, this street was unpaved and is now dirt.
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The only street where you’ll see cars cruising down the road with six or seven dudes riding on top of them.
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We don’t know if this street is named after Martin or Ryan, TBH.
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There are a lot of those “CHILDREN AT PLAY” signs along this street.
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If there is a multi-car accident on this street, it’s best to just mash the gas and hope you make it through unscathed.
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If you hear a siren, remember that it does NOT mean Chase Elliott won, it means you’re getting pulled over.
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We apologize for the large pothole in the road that appears to be the approximate size of Michael McDowell – we’ll fix it soon.
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Not surprisingly, this whole street is a no-passing zone.