Home of the Indy Car Series and NASCAR Racing Series
Source: Stadium Scene Staff
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to the annual Indy 500 and Brickyard 400. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened in 1909 with balloon races and at one point, the track was paved with 3.2 million bricks, and later paved over with concrete except for 1 yard at the finish line. Today there is a golf course inside the speedway!
There are two on-track experiences you can choose from. The first is The Indy Racing Experience Two-Seater, in which you can drive in an IndyCar that elite drivers have raced in. A passenger can sit behind the driver in this experience. The second on-track experience is a 60-90 minute tour including time spent in a comfortable tour bus on the race track. Here you will learn about the speedway's history.
Like almost all US and Canadian Stadiums, you will need to enter through a metal detector before entering the stadium. Be sure to give yourself extra time and don't bring any weapons or devices that could be seen as a weapon inside. Pat down searches may be required.
One soft-sided bag OR hard or soft-sided cooler no larger than 14" x 14" x 14" may be brought into the track. All bags subject to search before entry.
Note: Bag and security policy listed above are for typical sporting events. Special events, concerts, and other situations may result in variation to the policy. Please check event website for any changes or variation.
There are multiple parking lots around the stadium. Check the track website for more information. Be prepared to walk.
There is a shuttle that will get you to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from four different locations around town. See IMS Shuttle for more information.
There is no rail service for this track.
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