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Be Part of the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500

Don’t just watch history happen, be part of it! At this 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500, you have a chance to ensure your moment in Hoosier history by participating in the 100th Running Host Committee celebrations!

 

Throw a 500 Porch Party for your family and friends!

If you plan your party between April 29 – May 29, and register it here, your party might receive a surprise drop-in appearance from IndyCar drivers, local TV personalities and national celebrities! Hosts may even get a ride in an IndyCar two-seater or pace car, plus more!

Send out the invites and grab your 100th Running party décor flags, banners, and koozies here

*Register your party and a percentage of the proceeds will be given to Snowball Express, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to military families who have lost a loved one.

 

Bike to the 500 

It’s the first ever group bike ride to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the morning of the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500! The group will gather at 7:30am at Indianapolis City Market downtown where there will be music, games, food trucks, and more before setting out on a safe group ride to the IMS!

*Bicyclists of all ages welcome

Register here 

 

 

Racing Through the Decades on Main

Taking place on May 21, at the conclusion of the first day of Indy 500 qualifications, there will be a decade-inspired tour throughout Main Street Speedway, Racing Through the Decades. There will be vintage race cars, veteran drivers, live music, food, and cocktails!

Click here for more details 

 

 

Check out their full Calendar of Events here 

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