The Indy 500 takes over the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this Memorial Day weekend. Festivities are planned for the days leading up to Sunday’s race, which is scheduled to begin at 12:45 pm ET. This year marks the 107th running of the race, as one of the most important events in motor sports.
Fans descend on Indianapolis for the tradition-rich event, and for those still looking to join the estimated 300,000 attendees, getting into the race doesn’t have to break the bank. Using insights from SI Tickets, we’ve compiled a list of tickets available at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Ticket Price: $67
IndyCar fans can be a part of racing’s biggest spectacle for under $70, with a general admission ticket. This seat may not guarantee spectators the best point of the 33-car field, but in one of the most action-packed sporting events, there are many activities to enjoy and participate in outside of the race itself.
Ticket Price: $80
The Indy 500’s Snake Pit is one of the race’s long-standing traditions, known as a chaotic place in the infield to mingle with fellow racers. After many iterations and seasons, the Snake Pit has recently become a concert, which takes place before, during and after the race. This year, American DJ Kaskade will headline the event. For those looking to attend the concert, general admission and Snake Pit tickets are sold separately.
Ticket Price: $101
Viewpoints positioned around the oval offer a long view of the race for those looking for a clearer picture of the Indy 500. Sunday’s race is shaping up to be an exciting contest, with Pato O’ Ward and Alex Palou lead the odds heading into the weekend.
Paddock Press Penthouse
Ticket Price: $530
The highest level of the stand, the paddock penthouse boasts some of the best views of the pits and then. Featuring an overhang, this seating area is shaded from the elements and has one of the best vantage points at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.