2024 Indy 500 Tickets
The Indy 500 is held on Memorial Day Weekend in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 500-mile race, nicknamed the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” and over 300,000 fans will attend the race. Which makes it a hugely popular ticket for those fans looking for specific tickets at the track. Indy 500 ticket prices vary greatly based on the location of the seats. A general admission ticket can be as cheap as $60 per ticket. While seats on the front stretch may range in price from near $200 a ticket to over $2,500 per ticket for a seat in the Tower Suites. There are a multitude of options listed here, so fans can use our interactive seating chart for IMS to find the price range and tickets they most prefer.
The main race is on Sunday. Fans interested in seeing more of the action on the track can also purchase tickets for Indy 500 practice days which are typically scheduled Tuesday through Friday, the week prior. The Indy 500 Qualifying sessions are available to purchase, and are the next best to being at the main race as that is when the cars/drivers compete for the pole position. Qualifying at Indy takes place on Saturday and Sunday the weekend prior to the main race.
The Indianapolis 500 is one of the oldest races in the world, and boasts a list of past Champions that are truly the who's who of great race car drivers. Fans love the action on the track, but also show up because the Indianapolis 500 has has some of the richest traditions in racing. Fans who love auto racing will want to attend the Indy 500 race live. The racing experience is just not the same watching on TV as it is being there live at the track on race day.
Indy 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The Indy 500 races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. The track is actually located in Speedway, Indiana which is a town devoted to open wheel racing. The speedway contains enough seats and infield space to accommodate over 300,000 race fans. Which makes the Indy 500 among the largest single-day sporting events in the world.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway track is a 2.5 mile long, so the race is 200 laps. The track has 4 turns and 4 straightaways. The design of the race track has changed very little since the track opened over 100 years ago. The most popular sections include: the Tower Suites, Tower Terrace, Paddock Box and Paddock. Those are typically the most expensive tickets as they are located on the main straightaway near the Start/Finish line.
Sections A, B and E are located in Turn 1, which is a critical area for the race. The SW Vista, S Vista and SE Vista cover the area from Turn 1 through Turn 2. The NE Vista, N Vista and NW Vista take fans from Turn 3 through Turn 4. Then Sections C, H and J are located between Turn 4 and the finish line.
The cheapest tickets to the Indy 500 are the General Admission tickets, which provide access to some general (no reserved seats) areas around the track.
Indy 500 Parking Passes
Fans attending the big race may want to secure their Indy 500 Parking in addition to their tickets. With a few hundred thousand people attending the race, the value in having a parking pass before you head to the track can hardly be understated. We offer a wide variety of Indy 500 parking passes in all of the main lots. We have parking from Infield Parking to Main Gate and Tower Suites.