GENE SIMMONS Gets A Kick Out Of Racing

Indiana's is reporting that KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons was in Indianapolis for a few days this past week to learn more about racing. And he got some tutoring from the top ranks during his time in the city.

He visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and dined in one of the private dining rooms at 14 West with IMS CEO Tony George and driver Tomas Scheckter.

What does it all mean? Nothing yet, said IRL (Indy Racing League) spokesman John Griffin. Simmons might be back for the Indianapolis 500 as a VIP guest, but no other official relationship was forged during this visit, Griffin said.


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