The No. 100 “Stinger” was built to commemorate the first winning car of the Indianapolis 500, known as the of the 1911 Marmon “Wasp”. Window World made no compromises in creating the Stinger concept car to commemorate the centennial of the Indianapolis 500.
Associated Materials, Inc. and Window World approached The Alderman Company in order to provide photography deserving of the stunning racecar.
To further support the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500, the Window World Cares foundation has invited each of the race’s former starters to autograph the car as it sits on display at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. For each signature, Window World Cares will make a donation of support.
Of the 273 former Indy 500 starters anticipated to sign the car, the Stinger has been autographed by 232 drivers to date. Window World Cares, the charitable foundation of Window World, is making a donation of $189 for each signature received to support causes such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Since 2008, Window World Cares has raised more than $2.9 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Associated Materials, Inc. and Window World approached The Alderman Company in order to provide photography deserving of the stunning racecar. The still imagery captured in the studio will be used to help promote the car online and in print. The Stinger will be auctioned later this year, with all the proceeds going directly to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.