INDIANAPOLIS -- How are you going to get to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on race day... and once you get there, where are you going to park? It's best to plan ahead.
All parking lots at IMS are sold out for race day. If you were lucky enough to secure a spot, remember to bring your pre-purchased parking pass or you won't get in.
Infield parking lots open at 6 a.m. If you have a pre-paid infield parking pass, you must enter through either Gate 2 or Gate 10.
Limited accessible race day parking spaces are still available, To purchase ADA parking, contact the IMS ticket office directly at 317-492-6700.
Exterior parking lots will open at 5 a.m. on Sunday. It is all paid parking, both general and ADA.
Street closures include:
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If you decided to ditch your car and take a taxi, Uber or Lyft, pick up and dropoff locations are:
After the race, don't forget traffic patterns change. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, you'll find one-way traffic outbound on the following streets.
These are the dedicated outbound routes:
Closures after the race:
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