Registration is now open to buy tickets for the first new seating option at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in more than 10 years. The Hulman Terrace Club is part of the $100-million Project 100 initiative designed to add modern touches to the track ahead of the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 in May.
The section is currently under construction and will include over 1,000 seats and offer what track officials say is a club experience "similar to what is offered at many other major U.S. stadiums."
The $1,750 tickets will allow fans access to 14 days of racing from May through July and include the Indy 500 on May 29 and the Brickyard 400 on July 24. IMS President Doug Boles says "the Hulman Terrace Club offers a spectacular spectator experience that we’ve never had before at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A seat in the Hulman Terrace Club is a premium season ticket to what will be a great 2016 at IMS."
The section is located atop the existing existing seating structure on the outside of the front straightaway. It extends past the turn 4 exit and is ADA accessible.
IMS says Project 100 improvements that have been completed or are underway include:
- renovation and redesign of the IMS road course
- new scoring pylon
- new video boards
- WiFi upgrades
- new track fencing and Paddock Penthouse
- A Stand and B Stand renovations (including installation of stadium seats and new elevators)
You can connect to more information about Hulman Terrace Club seating by clicking here.