Penske in temporary HQ after shop flooded
In typical Penske fashion, the facility was immaculate. Every part and piece of equipment had its place, anything that could hold a shine was meticulously polished and maintained. You could eat off the floors or the tops of the tool boxes and workstations.
The Reading, Pa., race shop, where so many winning race cars were built and maintained since 1973, was a source of pride.
That's why it hurt so much to see garage doors in shambles, mildewed walls and rapidly expanding rust.
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