How much do tickets cost for the Indy 500? From infield to tower suites
The event, billed as ‘The Greatest Spectacle in Racing’, is one of the most important racing events of the year, but how much is it to watch the race live?
It’s one of the biggest weeks for racing lovers, as Formula 1 travels to Monaco in one of the most symbolic races in the world, and the Indy 500 takes place on the other side of the ocean, in Indianapolis.
The race, considered part of the Triple Crown of Motorsport along with the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Monaco GP, is celebrating its 107th edition.
For the IndyCar 2023, there have been some changes for pilots: a new aero package that includes mandatory stability wickers, three degrees of more adjustability for the rear wing, an underwing flap wicker, and optional underwing inner bargeboards.
Takuma Sato and Scott Dixon were the fastest drivers with their Chip Ganassi Racing, while Will Power will be third in the starting line.
How much are the 2023 Indy 500 series tickets?
While tickets for the Monaco GP are quite expensive, the ones to witness the Indy 500 are more affordable.
Fans can enjoy one of the greatest spectacles in racing for $59, with a general admission ticket, according to Vividseats.com.
A Snake Pit ticket, one of the race’s long-standing customs, is under $80, while the cheapest Vistas tickets are $70.
For those who want to enjoy the race from the uppermost level of the stand and have some of the best views of the pits, their place is the Paddock Press Penthouse.
The cheapest one can be found for $258, while the most expensive ticket goes up to $707.