The IndyCar Series is one of the premier racing circuits in the entire world, and fans love to
come out to see their favorite drivers put the pedal to the metal and give it everything they've got to cross the finish line
first. There are a ton of fantastic racing events coming up in the IndyCar Series in 2014, and fans are clamoring for the
opportunity to see the fastest cars in the game live and in person.
On May 25th the biggest event of the IRL season
will take place when the best drivers on the planet hit the racetrack for the Indy 500. This is a huge event that people love
to see in person, and is considered one of the most prestigious races in which to take home a victory. Every driver brings
their A game to the Indy 500, because a win at this race makes you immortal in the world of IndyCar racing. 2014's Indianapolis
500 will be the 98th running of this famed race.
The Firestone 600 will take place on June 7th at the famous Texas Motor
Speedway in Fort Worth, TX. This is one of the most renowned tracks in the history of racing, so any race put on at this place
is going to be a huge deal. People will flock to this venue to see the top IndyCar drivers give it everything they've got
to cross the finish line first, and you can join them in the stands. It's sure to be one heck of an event to witness in person,
as is any race held at Texas Motor Speedway.
The 2014 IndyCar season will finish out at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana,
CA on August 30th when the best drivers around descend on the MAVTV 500 IndyCar World Championships. The name says it all
about this event and how important it is to everyone invested in the IndyCar season. Fans are sure to come out in a big way
for this race, and it should be a fantastic experience for everyone in attendance.
Series is the top tier of American open wheel racing. This type of racing is closely governed and the cars involved are required
to meet very detailed specifications that are altered every year, and manufacturers of certain parts of the cars are altered
with regularity as well. The series was founded in 1996 and the championship of that inaugural season was shared by Scott
Sharp and Buzz Calkins. Driver Sam Hornish Junior put together back-to-back titles on the circuit in 2001 and 2002, and would
later add another title to his resume in 2006. Dario Franchitti put together an unprecedented run of four titles in five years,
winning in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Ryan Hunter-Reay won the championship in 2012, and Scott Dixon took home the title in
Life as a Fan
Like the racers themselves, IRL fans are adrenaline junkies looking for a good fix.
IRL delivers that, offering a fun time that you can enjoy with your friends or family members. You'll thrill and cheer from
the sidelines as you watch these drivers speed by at incredible speeds, taking turns that would turn most people pale with
fear. Fans of this sport at quit fanatical about the biggest races and the top drivers, making for a great experience at the
racetrack that features the most passionate of racing appreciators.
Introducing New Fans
If you've never
seen an IRL race in person, then you have absolutely no idea what kind of fun you've been missing out on. Seeing the best
drivers hit the track in person is something that will stick with you for a long time, and it's a great event to attend with
friends and family, as the atmosphere is fun-filled with the feel of one big party. The time is now if you want to get the
best seats in the house for some of the most anticipated Indy Series racing events. Don't hesitate to join in the action of
a race that is sure to have plenty of heart-pounding excitement that is fun for the whole family.
you head to the racetrack to see a big Indy Racing League event, you'll be treated to seeing some of the best open wheel drivers
in the world start their engines and rev them up to incredible speeds. When you catch a race in person, you're in the best
position possible to see the skill with which these drivers handle a crowded track that would seem hazardous to the average
driver. But these pros are the best of the best when it comes to handling a car at high speeds, and this will be evident when
you're there in the stands to catch all the engine-revving action from your very own spot on the raceway.