Officials with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced Friday that reserved seating for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 is officially sold out. IMS President Doug Boles says general admission tickets are still available for the infield of the famed oval.
Boles was joined by Governor Mike Pence and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett on the steps of the Statehouse for the announcement. IMS says in addition to the grandstands, the new Hulman Terrace Club is sold out and every suite at IMS is full.
"Every Indianapolis 500 is special, but the buzz surrounding the 100th Running has been building for nearly a year, ever since the checkered flag fell on the 99th," said Boles. "Our fans are the best in sports and their incredible support of this year’s race will make it a truly historic day for ‘The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.’"
The 100th running of the Indy 500 will take place May 29.