INDIANAPOLIS - After "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" took place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, one Indianapolis family held their own traditional spectacle -- on a smaller scale.
The Guynn family gathers in their back yard to have fun and make memories every Memorial Day.
The Guynns host what they call "The Greatest Event in Backyard Racing" each Monday after the big race. The event begins with qualifications and the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the remote-controlled race and a trophy for the winner.
Check out the details of their family tradition in the video player above.
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