- May 14 – $40 for General Admission. $50 for flex ticket seating in Northwest Vista (Sections 11-20), Southwest Vista (Sections 1-10), Tower Terrace (Sections 37-47 and 75-79) and Paddock (Sections 9-14). Children 15 and under are admitted free with flex ticket paying adult. Reserved seats range from $41-105.
Public Parking: Parking for the GMR Grand Prix is available in a variety of locations around the track:
- May 14 – paid public parking is available in Lot 1A, Lot 2 and Main Gate parking lots for $20. Gate 1 Lot (Parcel B) parking is available for $50. Motorcycle parking is also available at South Carousel Lot for $20. Paid ADA parking is available in Lot 3P and Lot 2. Free parking is located in Lot 7 (North 40).
SATURDAY, May 14 (General Admission $40; Reserved Seats Start at $41)
7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Public Gates Open
8:05-8:50 a.m. USF2000 Race 2
9:10-10 a.m. Indy Pro 2000 Race 2
10:30-11 a.m. NTT INDYCAR SERIES Warmup Peacock
11:15-11:55 a.m. USF2000 Race 3
12:10-1 p.m. Indy Pro 2000 Race 3
1:20-2:15 p.m. Indy Lights Race 2 (35 laps or 55 minutes) Peacock
2:40-3:05 p.m. Silver/Bronze Badge Grid Walk
3:30 p.m. Ninth GMR Grand Prix (85 laps) NBC, Peacock
5:45 p.m. GMR Grand Prix Post-Race Track Invasion
Weather is the word for the day. Thunderstorms are predicted for late morning and scattered storms may visit the track this afternoon.
The latest from @Indycar_Wxman:
It looks like rain may come after 4 pm which will add intrigue to the event. Will someone go to rain tires before the rain comes? Who dives into the pits first?
The grid has several drivers starting farther back than usual. It should be an interesting race watching them climb to the front. I an going to be watching Colton Herta, Scott Dixon, and Simon Pagenaud work their way forward.
Will Power and Alex Palou should battle for the win. Palou and Josef Nwgarden saved a set of reds by starting the Fast Six on blacks before switching to reds
Whichever way the weather turns out, it should be a fascinating race.
I’ll be back after the morning warm up.