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Indianapolis 500

"The Greatest Spectacle in Racing"

Taking place each year in Speedway, IN, is the Indianapolis 500 aka the Indy 500. Called “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing”, the Indy 500 is truly one of the fastest and most exciting events in sports, let alone racing. This event is a very significant in the racing world, being one third of the Triple Crown of Motor Sports along with 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Monaco Grand Prix. The autos speeding around the track at well over 200mph are open-seat, open wheel “Indy Cars”. These are incredibly powerful automobiles that are simply made to go very fast while still hitting every turn at top speed. As the name suggests, the Indy 500 is a 500-mile race of 200 laps around a two-and-a-half-mile oval track and it truly one of the most exciting events one could imagine.

While the premier race is on Sunday at the 106th Indy 500, the entire weekend is filled with exciting events. Race weekend is kicked off on Friday with Miller Lite Carb Day. It includes practice racing, Indy Lights Race, the Tag Heuer Pit Stop Challenge and a free concert featuring some of music biggest stars. Saturday brings Legends Day, which has just as much excitement including practice races, driver autograph sessions and Firestone Legends Day Concert. Sunday is the main event of the weekend with the Indy 500 starting always at 12:19pm. More than anything, the Indy 500 is an experience. As the world's largest sports venue, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway packs in more than a quarter-million fans on race day. Its 2.5 oval course has been remained unchanged since its inception and is loved for its screaming-fact races. While most spectator sports are just that, the Indy 500 is an event that is one that fans see, hear and feel!

Private Aircraft Charter to Indianapolis 500 FAQ

What do I need to think about when chartering to Indianapolis 500?

Like any big city, Indianapolis has a variety of airports serving the region. Two of which are popular choices for guests heading to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Closest to the track is Eagle Creek Airport - EYE. It's less than 5 miles and the drive between the airport and the track is never much more than a 15-minute drive. Due to its shorter runway, however, it is restricted to turboprops and light jets. For guests heading to the Indy 500 in larger aircraft, there is Indianapolis Regional Airport - MQJ, which is just 20-miles away and includes a drive of about 30-minutes. Because it is one of the region's premier airports serving exclusively business jets, there is more than enough room to comfortably accommodate even the largest jets.

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