Your Seating at the 2017 Indianapolis 500

Located in Speedway, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is an racing icon of epic proportions. Constructed in 1909, the track has remained relatively unchanged since its inception, featuring a two-and-a-half mile, nearly rectangular oval layout. The Speedway boasts a permanent seating capacity of over 250,000. With infield seating, capacity climbs to a whopping 400,000, creating an electrifying atmosphere that cannot be replicated in any other sporting venue. With seating categories ranging from infield to penthouse to luxurious private suites, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest and highest-capacity sporting facility in history, and for racing fans is a venue that can’t be missed.

Whether you want to feel the roar of the engines from the Grandstands, Paddocks, Penthouse or a luxurious private suite, you can choose your preferred tickets for the 2017 Indianapolis 500. Additionally, you may also consider adding pre-race pit passes, Fantasy 500 Race Party tickets or tickets to Carb Day on Friday.

Your tickets will be located in your choice of the following seating categories:

Paddock Box 
(Low Rows)
A Grandstand
Paddock Stand 
(High Rows)
B Grandstand
E Grandstand
Paddock Penthouse
A Penthouse
B Penthouse
E Penthouse
Hulman Suite (Turn 4)
Tower Terrace Suite


Our Reputation

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