Since the inaugural race in 1911, the Indianapolis 500 has become steeped in rich tradition, one of the most alluring aspects of

"The Greatest Spectacle In Racing."

One of the most fabled speedways in the world, Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened in 1909 with a hot air balloon race and had never looked back. Fairly flat by NASCAR standards, Indianapolis is a 2.5 mile rectangular track that also features 9 holes of the 18 hole Speedway Golf Course in it's infield. Designated and National Historic Landmark in 1987, it's the only track to be on the registry.


Don't miss the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday, July 24th at the 23rd Running of the 2016 Crown Royal Presents the Your Hero's Name Here' 400 at the Brickyard

It's a first outing for the Red Bull Air Race in Indiana, USA, with the state capital Indianapolis set to experience the high-speed, low-altitude racing at the heart of the World Championship. Home to the world's biggest single-day sporting event – the historic Indianapolis 500 – and host to the likes of Formula One and NASCAR, the city is primed and more than ready for even more full-throttle, no-holds-barred racing.


The pilots will battle for World Championship points in the racetrack above the world's first purpose-built motor speedway, in an aerial racetrack designed to push them to their limits. In the first of two US-based stops in 2016, fans can see the adrenaline-packed action unfold above the Indianapolis Motor Speedway when the Red Bull Air Race touches down in Indianapolis on 1-2 October. 

Also Included:
- The Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis is an IndyCar Series race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. May 12th - 14th on the combined road course at the Speedway. The inaugural running occurred in 2014.
- The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association, or SVRA was founded over 20 years ago with the vision of keeping vintage race cars on race tracks where they belong, and can delight fans just as they did in their heyday. June 15th - 19th