So does this count as the first crash of the Indy 500?
It should only be a matter of time before thenext Hangover movie features the story of this stolen Indianapolis 500 FestivalCamaro. The Festival cars are typically driven around Central Indiana by Chevy dealers and Indy 500 bigwigs to drumup hype for the race. This year’s version is based off the CamaroCommemorative Edition, and this particular one lived in a dealership in Zionsville,Indiana, before it was stolen by a shirtless man who drove it right off thelot.
Now the thief didn’t exactly have an easy time getting theCamaro off the lot. No, he actually had to drive it through the showroom’sglass window and then down a set of stairs. He was able to joyride for a fewmiles before the car broke down and he ditched it. Blood was found in the vehicle, which dispels the Hollywoodmyth that driving through glass is all good. Despite being bloodied andshirtless the thief was able to escape capture. If anything he probably told cops he played basketball at Indiana.