IMS Adds More Premium Seating For 500

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(image courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway) (image courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway)
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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is introducing a new premium viewing area for the 102nd Indianapolis 500. IMS says the location outside of Turn 3 comes in response to increased demand for premium seating and hospitality following the sellout of suites for this year's race.

The Turn 3 Club will feature amenities for race fans including pairing with a reserved seat in the North Vista for each customer; all-inclusive food, beer and wine, with liquor available for purchase; a tented deck area with tables and limited seating; dedicated restrooms; and a live TV and audio feed.

IMS says hospitality and premium sales this year are ahead of the pace from 2017. Demand for reserved seats is outpacing last year, as well.

"The Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil continues in its second century to show its strength as the world's greatest spectator sporting event," said IMS President Doug Boles. "Adding the Turn 3 Club as a new way to experience the Indy 500 gives another option for our fans who want that traditional race experience with more than just a grandstand seat."

Turn 3 Club tickets are $750 each and existing Indy 500 ticket holders can upgrade to the Turn 3 Club for $700 each. IMS says prices will increase as May draws near. You can learn more about the Turn 3 Club by clicking here.

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