Gone, but never to be forgotten

Updated: February 11, 2011, 4:14 PM ET
By John Oreovicz | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- Over the past six decades, the sounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway included howling four-, six- and eight-cylinder Indy car engines, roaring NASCAR stock-blocks and shrieking Formula One V-10s -- not to mention the occasional diesel or turbine powerplant.

But one constant at the Speedway since 1946 won't be back for another lap of the Brickyard. Iconic track announcer Tom Carnegie died Friday at the age of 91, truly marking the end of an era for IMS and its legion ...

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