Information for spectators attending the SAP United States Grand Prix on Sept. 27-29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: AT THE GATES: *All coolers, backpacks and handbags will be subject to security inspection at the gates of the ...
Information for spectators attending the SAP United States Grand Prix on Sept. 27-29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
AT THE GATES:
*All coolers, backpacks and handbags will be subject to security inspection at the gates of the Speedway.
*Additional uniformed officers will be stationed at each gate to monitor inspections.
*Gates open at 7 a.m. (EST) Friday and Saturday, and 6 a.m. Sunday. Fans are encouraged to get to the track early to avoid delays at the gates due to security checks.
*Coolers are limited to 14 inches wide by 14 inches long by 14 inches high. This policy will be strictly enforced.
*Glass bottles and containers are strictly prohibited from being brought into the grounds.
*Ample parking is available at a variety of Speedway lots outside the track, as there is no parking inside the track during this event. To access complete parking information for the SAP United States Grand Prix, log on to www.usgpindy.com, the official World Wide Web site of the USGP, and click on the 'Tickets' icon at top.
*Parking is available in the Speedway's 'North 40' lot just north of the track off 30th Street. On practice and qualifying days, each person in the vehicle must pay gate admission to park in the lot.
*Adequate parking is also available in the Speedway's Lot 1, which is immediately adjacent to the northwest corner of the Speedway at 25th Street and Georgetown Road. Parking is $20 per day, or a four-day event package can be purchased in advance for $50 for automobiles and $120 for motorhomes by calling the ticket office at (317) 484-6700.
*Other available lots are on Georgetown Road and the Speedway's Lot 3 along 16th Street. Parking also is available at private residences in the Town of Speedway, usually for a fee.
*Photography and personal video equipment (camcorders) is permitted, but all bags are subject to search.
LOW-POWER PUBLIC ADDRESS BROADCAST:
*The Indianapolis Motor Speedway public address system will be broadcast via the radio, on frequency 100.1 FM, so fans can hear P.A. information during on-track activity. The low-power broadcast is for the benefit of spectators only, as it can only be heard within the confines of the Speedway. Any hand-held radio receiver or headset should pick up the broadcast, which will be available all three days of the event, Sept. 27-29.
*Fans are encouraged to travel to and from the Speedway on the IndyGo public transit services, which are available all three days of the event. IndyGo Track Express shuttle service leaves from the Indianapolis Airport and downtown Indianapolis on a regular basis. More information can be obtained by calling IndyGo at (317) 635-3344, or on the IndyGo Web site, www.indygo.net.