As rstrictions for COVID-19 begin to lift, here is an update of where different tracks are on allowing fans. This information is current as of today. Things could change as each race approaches. If you have tickets to a certain track, keep an eye on your email from that venue.
Road America looks like it will be the first Indycar track to host fans for the REV Group Grand Prix doubleheader July 11 and 12. Their website now carries a warning that you enter the track at your own risk. Road America will not be held responsible for you contracting the virus at the track.
Iowa lists the Indycar doubleheader on July 17 and 18 but is not selling tickets.
Mid Ohio, Gateway, Portland , and Laguna Seca all have tickets for sale for their Indycar events.
The IMS website has no ticket information for the Harvest Grand Prix. Could they be waiting to see if the Indianapolis 500 runs in August?
What we know for sure is that fans can attend Road America and the Indianapolis 500 if it runs this year. I thought I thought I had heard that the state of Oregon had a ban on large gatherings through September 30, which would eliminate Portland for fans.
if you live near any of the scheduled Indycar tracks and can provide any additional information, I would love to hear from you so I can provide further updates.