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Long Beach Grand Prix Tickets
Event: Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach
Association: NTT IndyCar Series
Location: Long Beach, Calif.
Dates: Spring of each year
Length: Three days
Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach TicketsRacing fans have been flocking to the Grand Prix of Long Beach to see this thrilling exhibition of racing talent since 1975. Familiar names from all over the world take part in this now iconic street race held in Long Beach, Calif., every year. Six races take place over a span of three days in a circuit that winds around the streets of downtown Long Beach, and it has become a widely anticipated event in the NTT IndyCar Series. Besides the actual races, there is a wide variety of family-friendly entertainment that everyone can enjoy, such as concerts, the Lifestyle Expo and Family Fun Zone activities and exhibits, the IndyCar Fan Experience, the Mothers Exotic Car Paddock, a driver autograph session and a Food Truck Experience showcase event. The Lifestyle Expo is truly a one-of-a-kind collection of recent innovations in automotive, travel, home, entertainment and recreation. Attendees can choose to attend any one of the six races or purchase the whole package for all three days. Whatever your racing choices, be sure to grab your Grand Prix of Long Beach tickets at StubHub today!
Where is the Grand Prix of Long Beach held?The Grand Prix of Long Beach is a street race that is conducted on the ocean-side streets of Long Beach. The course begins south of Ocean Boulevard with a route along Seaside Way and Shoreline Drive.
What can you expect at the Grand Prix?You can expect a ton of family fun at the Grand Prix of Long Beach. There are six races that take place during a span of three days, which includes practice and qualifying races and the final Grand Prix championship race. There are also two Super Drift Challenge races on Friday and Saturday nights. Fan-experience events add depth to the overall racing experience, and racegoers will enjoy visiting all the many displays at the Lifestyle Expo. There are tons of activities for all ages at the Family Fun Zone, such as rock-climbing walls, video games, games and racing simulators, and the youngest racers can race in their own special racing cars. You can enjoy the concerts that take place on Friday and Saturday evenings on the outdoor stages, and they are free to attendees of that day's races. The food trucks are always an anticipated part of the weekend that everyone looks forward to as well. To wrap things up, you will want to visit the Mothers Exotic Car Paddock, which has more than 100 sports cars on display from Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus and more.
Who are some notable champions of the Grand Prix at Long Beach?Famous drivers from multiple countries have been crowned champion at the Grand Prix of Long Beach every year. The first winner was Brian Redman in 1975. He was followed by Clay Regazzoni, the second year's titleholder. Subsequent champions include names like the legendary Mario Andretti, the first American to win a Formula 1 race in a US Grand Prix, Gilles Villeneuve, Carlos Reutemann, Jimmy Vasser, Sebastien Bourdais, Takuma Sato and Will Power. Alexander Rossi is a recent Grand Prix champion, earning the title in 2018 and again in 2019.
How do racers qualify for the Grand Prix at Long Beach?The entire racing event is held over three days, and there are qualifying rounds the drivers must place in to advance to the final Grand Prix. These races determine the drivers' starting positions in the championship race. The pole-sitter spot in the first row in the inside lane is the most coveted position, and it is awarded to the driver with the fastest time in the qualifiers.
When is the Grand Prix at Long Beach held?The Grand Prix at Long Beach is typically held in April of every year. For 2020, it will take place April 17-19.
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