Tom Carnegie, voice at Indy, dies at 91

Updated: February 11, 2011, 8:38 PM ET
Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS -- A.J. Foyt lost a friend Friday. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway lost an icon.

Tom Carnegie, the veteran broadcaster who became best known to generations as the voice of the Indianapolis 500, died Friday at his Indianapolis home following an illness, according to former employer WRTV. He was 91.

It may never be the same at the track.

"I know a lot of people that work there, at the speedway, and they do a good job, but you only have one Tom Carnegie," Foyt told ...

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