Located in Speedway, IN, Indianapolis Motor Speedway plays host to some of the biggest events in auto racing, including the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, and the Ferrari Challenge Series. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest sporting venue in the world with permanent seating capacity for more than 235,000 people and infield seating that raises capacity to an approximate 400,000. It’s a historically significant track, especially for Ferrari enthusiasts.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest sporting venue in the world with permanent seating capacity for more than 235,000 people and infield seating that raises capacity to approximately 400,000. It’s a historically significant track, especially for Ferrari enthusiasts.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway track is 2.5 miles long, and takes the shape of a rectangular oval. It features two ⅝-mile-long straightaways, two ⅛-mile-long straightaways, and four identical ¼-mile turns. The course is also flat.
Compared to some of the world’s more exotic racetracks, the layout is simplistic — but this allows for the focus to remain on raw driving skill on consistent conditions, making it an ideal track for spectators and racers alike.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will host Round 5 of the 2021 Ferrari Challenge from July 16 – July 18, 2021. This will be one of five other US venues for the 2021 Challenge Series (including Road America). With seven total rounds, the fact that so many are being held in the United States reflects the growth of the sport in North America.
What’s more, the Indianapolis round will be Ferrari Racing Days, which is an intersection of the Ferrari Challenge, the XX Programme, and F1 Clienti. It looks to be an incredible weekend spectacle that celebrates Ferrari’s excellence with world-class driving and a showcase of the world’s finest automotive designs.
The drivers who will be taking part in the US Ferrari Challenge races include:
Whether you’re looking to buy a Ferrari of your own or you’d like to see what others can do with a Prancing Horse in Indianapolis, you can learn more by reaching out to Continental AutoSports Ferrari.
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