The INDYCAR Harvest GP will pay tribute to a storied IMS event, the "Harvest Classic" held in September 1916. IMS will also host the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli sports car championship in conjunction with its North American series, GT World Challenge America.
Each year, the Mecum auction brings 100 years of auto history and more than 2,500 cars to Indy. Different cars every year looking for new garages to call home. Pristine collector cars, powerful muscle cars, classic autos of bygone eras, retired race cars (some have been big winners), and exotics.
Though the iconic races will run without live spectators this Independence Day Weekend, you can still cheer on your favorite Grand Prix and Brickyard 400 drivers with the Indianapolis Motor Speedways collection of activities.
Don't miss your final chance for rip, roaring interactive fun with the Hot Wheels exhibit at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Check out all of the details for when the exhibit opens (and closes), special features, and how you can save money when you visit.
When Condé Nast Traveler said we’re one of ‘6 US Cities to Watch in 2017’, they were right. And keep watching, my fellow travelers, because 2018 will be nonstop fun.
Here’s a quick look at what I’m most excited about in 2018.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is known for hosting the fastest IndyCar drivers in the world, so it’s only fitting that the Speedway hosts the ultimate motorsports competition in the sky. The Red Bull Air Race World Championship is coming to Indianapolis this weekend, and trust me, you don’t want to miss it.
With school back in session it can be hard to find time for the family to be active. Thankfully, the 500 Festival is launching a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway just for kids, the 500 Festival mini-mini this Saturday, September 10.
The exhibition, The People’s 500, is the result of a partnership between Big Car Collaborative and the IMS. It marks the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 and features video work, a sculptural piece, and photographs by interdisciplinary artist Jesse Sugarmann.
Every May, Indianapolis is blanketed with signs reading Welcome Race Fans, as thousands upon thousands of people make their way into the city for the Indy 500. With this in mind, the Arts Council of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have teamed up for a collaborative project, connecting visual art and artists to the historic 100th running of this year’s race.
It may only be February, but the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 is certainly inching closer and closer. In fact, we are just about three months away from the waving of the green flag, believe it or not.
Over one weekend the Pacers play rivals the Miami Heat while premiering their new Hickory uniforms, the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon welcomes thousands of runners to the city, and Peyton Manning makes a homecoming appearance alongside his Broncos at Lucas Oil Stadium as they battle the Colts. There are lots of reasons to cheer.
Drivers will compete for a chance to kiss the bricks at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) on the weekend of July 25, 2015. The Brickyard 400, named after the strip of bricks lining the finish line at the IMS, …