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Aug 17

Sat

01:00pm

World Wide Technology Raceway

Madison (IL), IL

Bommarito Automotive Group 500

From $42.79

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Aug 23

Fri

09:00am

Portland International Raceway

Portland, OR

Grand Prix of Portland - 3 Day Pass (August 23-25, 2024)

From $153.98

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Aug 24

Sat

01:00pm

Portland International Raceway

Portland, OR

Portland Grand Prix - Saturday Only

From $74.90

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Aug 25

Sun

01:00pm

Portland International Raceway

Portland, OR

Grand Prix of Portland - Sunday Only

From $131.14

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Aug 30

Fri

06:59pm

Circuit of the Americas

Austin, TX

Lone Star Le Mans - 3 Day Pass (8/30 - 9/1)

From $179.82

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Aug 31

Sat

12:00pm

Wisconsin State Fair Park

West Allis, WI

IndyCar Series - Milwaukee Mile 250 - Saturday

From $114.18

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Aug 31

Sat

12:00pm

The Milwaukee Mile Speedway at Wisconsin State Fair Park

West Allis, WI

INDYCAR

From $106.06

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Sep 01

Sun

12:00pm

Wisconsin State Fair Park

West Allis, WI

IndyCar Series - Milwaukee Mile 250 - Sunday

From $79.46

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Sep 01

Sun

12:00pm

The Milwaukee Mile Speedway at Wisconsin State Fair Park

West Allis, WI

INDYCAR

From $118.92

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Sep 14

Sat

12:00am

Nashville Superspeedway

Lebanon, TN

Big Machine Music City Grand Prix vs. Nashville Superspeedway

From $97.19

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Sep 14

Sat

06:59pm

Nashville Superspeedway

Lebanon, TN

IndyCar Series - Music City Grand Prix

From $139.68

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Sep 15

Sun

06:59pm

Nashville Superspeedway

Lebanon, TN

IndyCar Series - Music City Grand Prix

From $107.38

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Oct 04

Fri

01:00pm

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis 8 Hour - 3 Day Pass (Oct.4-6, 2024)

From $207.92

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May 25

Sun

01:00pm

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indianapolis, IN

2025 Indianapolis 500

From $80.35

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IndyCar Series

Season: Mar 10 - Sept 15, 2024

Teams: Chip Ganassi Racing, Penske, McLaren, Andretti Autosport, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

Top Drivers: Alex Palou (Chip Ganassi Racing), Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing), Scott McLaughlin (Penske), Pato O’Ward (McLaren), Josef Newgarden (Penske), Marcus Ericsson (Chip Ganassi Racing), Will Power (Penske), Christian Lundgaard (Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing), Alexander Rossi (McLaren), Colton Herta (Andretti Autosport)

IndyCar Series

While IndyCars might look very similar to the vehicles used in Formula 1  racing, the two are actually quite different (if related) mechanized beasts. Formula 1  cars are much more standardized and run on tracks of similar style and quality throughout their circuit, IndyCars must adapt to a wider variety of track types and styles and thus their crews make considerable changes to them from race to race. The other main difference between the two sports is that while Formula 1  racing is a worldwide series, the IndyCar Series is a homegrown American product, featuring races in cities across the United States and Canada throughout the summer months. The sport has long had a massive devoted following, with fans paying homage to legendary drivers such as Mario Andretti, Bobby Unser, and Dario Franchitti while cheering on current stars such as Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden, and Alex Palou. IndyCars are actually faster than Formula 1 cars in terms of top speed, reaching dizzying speeds of up to 240 mph (386 km/h) on straightaways, though the greater maneuverability of F1 cars makes their average speed slightly higher. Aside from pure speed, IndyCar vehicles are state of the art machines, with top-notch gears, brakes, steering, tires, and aerodynamics that allow them to turn and swerve at speed to stay ahead of their competitors. The physical, psychological, and technical requirements of IndyCar drivers are thus extremely high, with only the best of the best able to withstand the pressure. But each racing team (Chip Ganassi Racing, Penske, McLaren…) involves far more than the drivers, with large teams involved including designers, manufacturers, mechanics, and tactical coaches. The most visible members of these teams are of course the pit crews, who scramble like mad when their car makes a pit stop during a race to change tires, refuel (car and driver), and fix whatever they can as fast as they can. Alongside the races themselves, IndyCar Series racing is also a fascinating sport to follow due to its continent spanning schedule. Many fans follow the races and wherever IndyCar racing fans go, a party won’t be far away. Tailgating, parties, concerts, and other events go on alongside the main IndyCar Grand Prix Races. And you too can be there to experience the revving engines, the swipe of the checkered flag, and the party! 

How can I get cheap tickets to IndyCar Series races?

IndyCar Series Grand Prix races are some of the most exciting motorsports events in the world, featuring incredibly skilled drivers piloting some of the fastest four-wheeled machines on the planet. This makes IndyCar Series Grand Prix races extremely popular with racing fans, who often travel many miles to be there, creating an incredible atmosphere on race day (or race weekend) but also a high demand for tickets, which frequently sell out well in advance. For your best shot at the cheapest tickets to IndyCar Series Grand Prix races, trust TicketX! TicketX lists all IndyCar Series Grand Prix tickets as they become available and our handy seating chart is the best way to compare prices and seat locations. IndyCar Series Grand Prix tickets can be all yours with a single click, with the lowest commission fees around!

What is the lineup/schedule for IndyCar Series races in 2024? Where will IndyCar Series races be taking place in 2024?

There will be 17 IndyCar Series Grand Prix races in 2024, taking place at speedways, street circuits, and road courses all across America, from Long Beach to Detroit and Wisconsin to Florida.


The 2024 IndyCar Series season begins with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (a street course) in Florida on March 10, 2024 and finishes with the Music City Grand Prix at the Nashville Superspeedway on September 15, 2024, at which point the Champion will be crowned. All other races take place throughout the season (roughly one race every 1-2 weeks). The big showcase Indianapolis 500 will be held on May 26, 2024 on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the 108th running of that famous American race. 

Which team and which driver will win the IndyCar Series Championship in 2024?

One of the great things about the IndyCar Series is that the Championship is seldom decided earlier, which means a lot can still be riding on the final race of the season. 2023 was actually the first time since 2007 that the championship had been won before the last race, as Alex Palou of Chip Ganassi Racing claimed the 2023 title by winning the penultimate race. Palou will no doubt head into 2024 confident that he can do well again, though his teammate veteran Scott Dixon, who finished 2nd in 2023, will no doubt have something to say about that. Penske teammates Will Power (what a name for a race car driver!) and Josef Newgarden will be looking to bounce back after a somewhat disappointing 2023 season by their high standards (the pair finished one-two in 2022), while Marcus Armstrong of Chip Ganassi Racing will be keen to build on his Rookie of the Year performance. All eyes will be on Newgarden at the Indianapolis 500 in May to see if he can repeat as champion of that storied race. Book your IndyCar Series tickets with TicketX right now to be there to watch all these exciting teams and their drivers in action!

Is attending an IndyCar Series Race exciting? Is attending an IndyCar Series race fun?

Attending an IndyCar Series Grand Prix race is quite different from attending most other sporting events. Because so many fans travel considerable distances to be there, race days usually take place as 3 to 4-day race weekends, with all sorts of concerts, parties, car events, qualifying rounds, and fanfests to entertain both visitors and locals. Tailgating is an institution, with fans gathering to eat, drink, grill, and socialize before the big race. Some fans even wear the uniforms of their favorite teams and drivers in recent years or wave colored flags in support. The roar of the engines is only matched by the roar of the crowd as the IndyCars speed down the last stretch. Do not miss out on your chance to attend an IndyCar Series Grand Prix race in 2024. Get onto TicketX right now and book your IndyCar Series tickets today to be a part of the fun and excitement!


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