The Museum of American Speed is housed in a nondescript building that looks more like an o
When Speedy Bill Smith, founder of Speedway Motors, passed away in May he left more than just a legacy on the track and in the business world. Over his 62 years in the industry he amassed quite a collection of vintage racecars; engines; and other memorabilia. Many rare, some priceless artifacts are on display in a nondescript building sitting on Speedway Motors property. And it’s open to the public. If you’re ever in Lincoln, Nebraska, you need to go. Admission is just $10 (helps with operating costs of the facility) and they offer daily tours beginning at 2 p.m. Monday through Friday from May to September. From October to April they are open on Friday only for the 2 p.m. tour. A variety of special events is held as well. Here is just a sampling of what you can expect when you go.