Indianapolis Motor Speedway Tickets

Indianapolis Motor Speedway
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4790 W. 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN, USA 46222
Capacity: 250,000
May. 29, 2016
Sunday, TBD
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis, IN
Jul. 24, 2016
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Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis, IN
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Indianapolis Motor Speedway
4790 West 16th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46225

Since 1909 the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has thrilled adrenaline junkies with some of the worlds best drivers and fastest automobiles. Throughout Indy’s 100 year history, it has grown into a world class facility. As drivers speed around the two and a half mile oval pushing the limit of their machines, over 650,000 spectators watch from the stands and the infield. Using the term “speedway,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway was the first racing facility to inject the word into the vocabulary of the racing community. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway can also boast that it is the largest and highest-capacity sporting facility in history. “Placed on the national register of Historic Places in 1975 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987,” it is the only such landmark affiliated with racing.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway travel packages are one of NASCAR’s best values, with the close, exciting racing NASCAR is famous for, added to the history and mystique of the famous old Brickyard. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series only visits Indianapolis once each year, so buy NASCAR travel packages and Indianapolis tickets for the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard today.

It has been the home of over 226 automobile races and has hosted Formula One, NASCAR, Indy Car, motorcycles, and Iroc. With names like Michael Schumacher, A. J. Foyt, Al Unser Jr., Tony Stewart, and Dale Earnhardt Jr., the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has given its spectators only the best, and that has been the Hulman family’s goal since 1945. Tony Hulman, a Terre Haute, Indiana businessman, bought the dilapidated speedway, and he remodeled and restored the raceway to its former glory. Now the speedway is the epitome of style and reputation. The unique pagoda master control tower, pylon, fan friendly infield, monstrous stands, modern golfing facilities, and a Hall of Fame Museum remind fans and drivers everyday that the races run around this track will never stop.

Just five minutes northwest of downtown Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is located off of I-495 exit 16A on Crawfordsville Rd in Speedway, Indiana. It is actually quit a surprise to exit off of I-495 into the small town atmosphere of Speedway. Hotels and restaurants are located through out the city and off of each of the major highways like I-70 and I 65. The Motor Speedway also has campsites located in the infield and around the over 500 acres. Fans flock to the speedway for that 5 second glance as a race car or motorcycle flies by.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the most famous race tracks on the planet. Indianapolis has only been on the NASCAR schedule since 1994, but in the short time is has offered NASCAR tickets, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has become one of the hottest tickets on the Sprint Cup schedule. Indianapolis Motor Speedway tickets won’t last long, so buy Sprint Cup tickets for this historic venue now. Be a part of racing history and stand where the greatest have stood; buy Indianapolis tickets now for the thrill of a lifetime.

The first 500 was run on Memorial Day 1911, and attracted over 80,000 spectators. During WWI the racing facilities were used as a military hub for repairs, and with the hit of the Depression, not only did the winners purse go down, so to did the rules get “dumbed down.” This is where the term “junkyard” got its start. After 15 deaths in the early 1930s, the tracks brick pavement was forces to be resurfaced. It was 3-time winner Wilbur Shaw who really saved the track. After see the state of dire repairs, he sought a buyer and found Tony Hulman. The Humlan family’s commitment to the facilities, racers, and fans can not be doubted, and their dedication to it has been seen world wide. The 1950s brought about faster cars and more fans. The tracks reputation was growing and for 11 years it was part of the Formula One Racing Championship. As the dangerous sport evolved, the final remaining brick sections of the track were paved over. Only the three-foot wide start/finish line remains and thus the nickname “Brickyard.”

In 1996 the 500 became an Indy Racing League event. Other events have started coming to the “Brickyard,” and in 1994 the Allstate 400 — the Brickyard 400 — began its annual race. In 1998 Tony George brought Formula One racing back to the United States and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He had a 16 turn Indy-based road course built. Construction took two years to complete, and in 2000 the first United States Grand Prix was held there. With races in America three American drivers, Eddie Cheever, Michael Andretti and Scott Speed raced the Formula One race. July ‘07 brought about the announcement that Grand Prix motorcycle racing would be brought to the 2008 calendar. Indianapolis Motor Speedway will host both 125cc and 250cc races.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts all three of the world’s top racing series: the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and the Brickyard 400, Formula One and the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis and, of course, the Indy Racing League’s Indy Car Series and the Indianapolis 500. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of three 2.5 mile tracks, including Daytona International Speedway and Pocono Raceway. Many people thought that stock car racing at Indianapolis would not be competitive, but over the past 11 Brickyard 400 events, NASCAR has proven to the racing world that they belong at what was the traditional and exclusive home of open wheel racing in the United States.

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Buy Indianapolis Motor Speedway tickets and walk into that historic track for one of the great experiences of your life. Your family will talk about their Indianapolis travel package and their fabulous vacation for years to come. The only thing better than NASCAR travel packages to Indianapolis, is buying them ever year. Don’t miss the next Brickyard 400 - buy Indianapolis tickets now.

Owners: Hulman George Family.

Crowd Capacity: 650,000.

Dimensions: Built on over 559 acres, the grounds hold the 2.5 mile oval, an 16 turn Formula One track,the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and Hall of Fame Museum, and an 18 hole golf course. The speedway is nearly a rectangular oval with four 1/4 miles turns, two 5/8 mile-long straight-aways, and two 1/8 mile short straight-aways. The track itself is consider flat compared to other American tracks, but rather high-banked compared to European standards.

Current Races: Indianapolis 500, Red Bull Indianapolis GP, Allstate 400.

Hotels and restaurants: The raceway is minutes away from downtown Indy as well as from accommodations on the outskirts of the city. From I-495 three major highways can be reached on the eastern side of the city.

Camping: Camping sites can be found to accommodate RV’s is spaces that are 20’ by 40’ and 20’ by 50’. Campers with tents can find spaces that range from 20’ by 20’ to 20’ by 40’. All camp sites are on grass except for the large premium sites for RVs. No amenities are supplied.

Tailgating: Did you have to ask?? Of course it is allowed. Small portable grills only.

Tid bits:

  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway coined the term “speedway.”
  • “The Brickyard” refers to the 3 foot brick start/finish line.
  • Ray Harroun won the first Indy 500 in 1911.
  • Admission to the first race was $1.
  • Tony Stewart is the fist driver to race in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400.
  • Fastest lap ever is held by Arie Luyendyk with an average speed of 185.981 mph.
  • The Brickyard Crossing Corporte Golf Championships are also held on the grounds.
  • Eddie Cheever, Michael Andretti and Scott Speed are the only Americans to race Formula One.
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