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Tickets Are On Sale For the 102nd Indianapolis 500

IMS President Doug Boles says they've already sold more than they did at this point last year

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis 500 tickets are on sale NOW.

Believe it or not we are six month away from the 102nd running of the Indy 500. Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles says next year's race is already fixing to be better than last year's.

"The last couple year's since the hundredth running the momentum has been so strong," Boles says. "We're at that again actually. We've sold meore tickets now than we did at this point last year."

General admission tickets for next year's Indianapolis 500 are going for around $35 right now online, but get them now because if you don't, that price will jump to $40 on race day. Reserved Seats in the North Vista starting at $50, a savings of $5 and $35, respectively. 

Tickets for practice sessions, qualifying, the Snake Pit presented by Coors Light, Carb Day, Legends Day and Bronze Badges are also on sale. Kids 15 and under will continue to be admitted free to all 2018 racing events at IMS when accompanied by an adult General Admission ticket-holder.

Go to and follow the information on the site to claim your tickets.

(PHOTO: Mike Harding/IMS)

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