The Penske race facility is really something to see.  I tried to take some pics to show it's immense size, but not sure even these convey how big it is.  Because of the very latest technology, and it's mammoth size, it has gotten the nickname of "The Garage-Mahal".  The building has 250,000 square feet under one roof.  What you can see is not near all of it.  This is pretty much just the "show" area, the real work area is behind the back walls.  I've also added some pics of some of the trophies his teams have won; both from NASCAR and Indy car.

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The main entrance looks simple enough.  Never expect what you are about to see.

I stood in one spot and tried to take pics both directions.  Here you can see the area where the various Nationwide and CUP series haulers are stored.  You can see the race haulers are inside by looking for the garage doors.

Here's some nice hardware - The 2012 CUP Championship trophy won by Brad Keselowski

Kentucky Motor Speedway Quaker state 400 won by Keselowski in 2012

Keselowski racked up the trophy by winning at Bristol in 2011

Joey Logano has won FOUR of these trophies in a row at Dover Delaware in the Nationwide series.  This trophy is pretty awesome.  Just to get an idea of it's size, that's a 1/24 scale diecast that Miles the Monster is holding in his hands.

Bobby Unser won the Indy 500 three times.  981 was his third win, and his second driving for Penske.

Mark Donahue gave Penske his first Indy 500 victory.  It came in 1972.  Donahue also raced Formula 1 for Penske and in 1975 Donahue crashed in practice, and didn't appear to have any serious injuries.  He developed a severe headache, and after going to the hospital of Graz, Austria the next day, Donohue lapsed into a coma from a cerebral hemorrage and died.

Danny Sullivan was behind the wheel of Penske's machine for the famous "spin and win" in the 1985 Indy 500.  Sullivan spun out racing for the lead didn't hit anything and come back to win.

Penske has also fielded cars for Indy 500 winners Emerson Fittipaldi, Gil de Ferran, and Helio Castraneves.  All three of Castroneve's wins came driving for Penske
Here is a shot at the far end where several recently raced cars were at.

 In this pic you can see the other direction.  It just goes on and on.  The pic up above this one is at the very far end of this picture.  If you look you'll also see the back walls have pictures painted all over them.

Ryan Newman won the Daytona 500 driving for Penske in 2008

Kurt Busch won this trophy winning for Coke 600 driving for Penske in 2010

In 1993 Rusty Wallace won the Food City 500 at Bristol driving for Penske

Sam Hornish currently drives for Penske in the Nationwide series.  This is when he drove for Penske and won the 2006 Indy 500
Bobby's brother Al Unser also had a knack for finding victory lane at Indy.  He is a four time Indy 500 winner, wheeling a Penske machine in 1987

Al Unser's so "Little Al" also won driving for Roger Penske.   Unser won the Indy 500 twice, he drove the winning Penske car in 1994

Rick Mears is also a four time winner of the Indy 500.  Mears won all four of his 500's driving for "The Captain".  Only Mears, Al Unser and AJ Foyt have won four Indy 500's

To date in his Indy 500 competition Penske has been the owner for 15 Indy 500 victories.  Penske has won almost 35% of the Indy 500's he has fielded cars.