Anyone can get a racecar license in Indiana now. That is to say a license with a racecar on it.
The state’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles has unveiled its redesigned driver’s licenses, which now feature an image of an Indy 500 car on them.
The REAL ID-compliant licenses also get several new security enhancements and a vertical design for drivers under 21.
The state’s non-driver IDs have been similarly updated, but have a cardinal – the state’s bird – in place of the Indycar.
The Indy 500 is considered the largest single-day sporting event in the world and is estimated to have an economic impact worth over $300 million.