Indianapolis Grand Prix Tickets
Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis
Sponsor: Global Medical Response (GMR)
Notable Drivers: Simon Pagenaud, Scott Dixon, Jack Harvey, Matheus Leist, Spencer Pigot, Will Power, Robert Wickens, Sebastien Bourdais, Alexander Rossi
Indianapolis Grand Prix TicketsRacing and motorsport fans from all over the nation have come together to watch some of the most talented drivers compete at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana for many historically exciting events, such as the Indianapolis 500. This speedway also hosts the GMR Indianapolis Grand Prix, which is a two-day event with qualifying rounds, initial races and the Indy Lights race. The Grand Prix is a family-friendly race that provides entertainment for people of all ages with options to explore the famous garages of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and get the Victory Circle experience from an on-the-track view. You can also meet the drivers and get their autographs before the qualifying rounds take place if you want to get the up close and personal experience. If attending the Indianapolis Grand Prix sounds like an enjoyable experience, get tickets today at StubHub.
What is the history behind the Indianapolis Grand Prix event?The GMR Grand Prix allows drivers to face each other on the road course before taking on other IndyCar drivers before the Indianapolis 500. The race track is able to hold a massive 400,000 spectators and also has an IMS Museum. It has taken place since 2014 with stiff competition for first place as both Will Power and Simon Pagenaud have claimed three victories in the last six years.
What is the Indianapolis Grand Prix schedule?The event takes place on Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9 in 2020. Friday will be a day for practice and qualifying for the main race, which is held on Saturday. Saturday is the big day that all spectators and drivers anticipate, which is race day. Race day initial events consist of the USF2000, the Indy Pro 2000, the NTT IndyCar Series and the Indy Lights. The venue gates open at 7:30 am on Saturday. The action begins at 8:30 am with the Indy lights qualification event and is followed by the first race at 9:15 am, the 20-lap USF2000. The Indy Pro 2000 is 25 laps and begins at 10:10 am. Next comes the NTT IndyCar Series at 11:15 am, with the final Indy Lights 35-lap race at 1:15 pm. Following these races, there is a Bronze Badge presentation, a presentation of colors and then drivers take off for the GMR Grand Prix at 3:50 pm for their 85-lap showdown.
Is there available parking and camping for the Indianapolis Grand Prix event?The venue has both free and paid parking options during each day of the event. On Friday and Saturday, free parking is available in Lot 7, which can be found by heading through Gate 10 on 30th street. In addition to the parking accommodations, the Indianapolis Grand Prix also has RV and travel trailer camping in Lot 2, Lot 3P and Lot 4. There are also options for electrical services and infield camping if preferred.
What does a day at the Indianapolis Grand Prix look like?Fans are able to participate in numerous events during the Grand Prix weekend, including exploring the racing garages, walking on the IMS racetrack, autograph sessions and, of course, watching the IndyCar drivers compete for the victory. Kids are also able to get in on the experience as children that are 15 and younger attend the event for free with a paid adult admission ticket. If you would rather watch the race from a spot with lawn seating, the race also has viewing mounds available.
Where can I get Indianapolis Grand Prix tickets this year?You can find your tickets for the historical Indianapolis Grand Prix this year at StubHub, the world’s biggest ticketing marketplace.
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