2017 Indy 500 Tickets - Penthouse - Tower Terrace - Pits

Indianapolis 500 Tickets

2017 Indy 500 tickets are on sale now for the 101st running of the famed race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. You can find a wide selection of cheap general admission infield tickets and good seats in the Paddock Penthouse, tower terrace and pits.

The Indianapolis 500 is an event everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime and you may as well sit in the best seats. Reserve your Indy 500 tickets today for the hottest race of the year while there's still a good selection of seats.

2019 Indianapolis 500 Schedule

Date Venue City  
2019-05-26 09:30:00
May 26, 2019
Indianapolis 500 - Packages and Hospitality Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis IN
2019-05-26 12:20:00
May 26, 2019
12:20 NOON
Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis IN
2020-05-24 12:30:00
May 24, 2020
12:30 NOON
Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis IN

Common Indy 500 race questions

What are the best seats to see the Indy 500 race from?

Most race fans prefer to sit up enough rows to see the entire track. Seats near the paddock give a great view of the pits and the Paddock Penthouse seats can give you one of the best views of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and a few extra amenities. The straightaway is always popular but seats near the turns are also in high demand.

What happens if it rains? Do I get a refund?

There are no refunds or exchanges unless the race rains out entirely and the race is not rescheduled. If there is a rain delay you will be notified and the race will resume as soon as it is safe to do so.

What time do the gates open and what time does the Indy 500 race start?

The public gates open at 5:33 am, followed by the Parade of Bands at 8:30 am and the 500 Festival Princesses Lap at 9:55. The drivers assemble at pit lane at 9:55 am and the race gets underway at 11 am.

Indy 500 Faqs

  • The first Indy 500 was in 1911. It has been called The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
  • The distance of the race was decided by the approximate time of 7 hours that they wanted the race to run. The first race was won with a time of 6 hours and 42 minutes. In 2011 the Indy 500 was won in 2 hours and 56 minutes.
  • The track is 2.5 miles long with 4 turns
  • The Indy 500 is limited to 33 drivers to help maintain a safe distance between the cars. At least that was the thought at the time.
  • The average speed has increased by about 10 miles an hour the last 3 years to an incredible 170 miles an hour in 2011. The fastest lap speed for the Indy 500 was 237 miles an hour during a qualifying run in 1996 by Arie Luyendyk.