Indy GP Guide: Where to Watch

The goal for any fan heading to the Indy GP should be to get as close to the action as possible. Find out how to do just that.

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At the risk of stating the obvious, the goal for any fan heading to the Indianapolis GP should be to get as close to the action as possible.

What's your best option? Three-day reserved ticket holders (starting at $100) will have a guaranteed spot in one of the grandstands ringing the track (shoot for stands A, B, J, or H near Turns 1 or 16). A three-day General Admission ticket costs just $75. No guaranteed grandstand seat, but you'll be able to freely roam the inside perimeter of the track and spectate at any of the many corners. The infield bleachers—in full view of the likely hottest action—are first-come, first-served.Furthermore, the Pagoda Plaza, directly behind the Bombardier Lear Jet Pagoda, will be accessible by all, and a vendor display will be located near the Gasoline Alley Oval Track Garages. Rider interviews will take place on a stage near the back stretch between Turns 9 and 10 throughout the weekend. Lots to do and see, in other words, for not a lot of dough. Just remember to wear your walking shoes.