David Letterman, Andrew Luck Catch Up At Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Former “Late Night” host — and Indianapolis native — David Letterman got a chance to meet up with Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck Saturday at the IndyCar Grand Prix.

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INDIANAPOLIS —David Letterman's love for the Indianapolis 500 was sparked long before he decided to become an IndyCar team co-owner with Bobby Rahal back in the late 1990s.

A native Hoosier, and Indianapolis native, Letterman, like so many from the state before and after him, simply had a passion for racing ingrained into them at an early age.

So there Letterman was Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, decked out in his team's blue suit and chatting it up with Andrew Luck.

Wait, what?

Yep, you read that right — it was a Battle of the Beards on Saturday at the Speedway.

The former *Late Night *host and the Colts quarterback got a chance to catch up a little bit and pose for a photo Saturday at the IndyCar Grand Prix:

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