Things To Do On The Red Bull Indianapolis MotoGP Weekend: Racing, Fan Q&A Sessions, Stunts, Aerobatics And A Bajillion Other Attractions

If you are worried about filling your time at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix this weekend, think again. What follows is a selection of press releases from the IMS staff documenting an exhaustive list of fun and interesting things to do at Indy. And that's without the downtown partying that goes on in the Hoosier capital. Here's what's going on:


RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP PACKED WITH EXCITEMENT ON, OFF TRACK

IMS After Dark will provide ultimate late-summer party with live music, food, drink

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, Aug. 15, 2011 - During the day, the fourth annual Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend will feature on-track action from the best motorcycle racers in the world. But as the sun goes down, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will boast the best party of the year for everyone interested in the two-wheeled lifestyle and a great time.

An expanded lineup of evening party and social attractions will be featured for fans Friday, Aug. 26 and Saturday, Aug. 27 at "IMS After Dark" during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP. The race is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 28.

Public gates will remain open until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at IMS to create one of the coolest parties of the year, energized by the style and attitude of Red Bull.

And for the first time, motorcyclists can park their bikes in the center of the action on the new Main Street in the IMS infield, creating the social scene that is a vital part of every rider's lifestyle. A variety of fun, action-packed activities, including music, motorcycle competition and fashion, will be located along Main Street.

General admission tickets are just $10 Friday and $20 Saturday. The expanded schedule will create even better value for fans, with more than 12 hours of action and excitement on and off track each day at IMS.

Many of the popular existing daytime attractions are moving to the evening. Every MotoGP rider will be interviewed during the Riders for Health auction at 5 p.m. Friday adjacent to the main stage in the IMS infield. The Pit Walkabout, which allows fans to see up-close the incredible prototype machines of MotoGP, will take place from 5-6:45 p.m. Saturday. Reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, American favorites Ben Spies and Colin Edwards, and Cal Crutchlow will be interviewed during the Yamaha Rider Q&A at 5:45 p.m. Saturday on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage in the IMS infield.

Live music from regional and national acts will be the centerpiece of the party Friday and Saturday evening.

Crash, the band led by two-time World Superbike champion and former MotoGP rider James Toseland, will play from 7:15-8:15 p.m. Friday on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage. Appetite For Destruction, a premier Guns 'N Roses tribute band, will be on stage from 8:30-10 p.m.

Three national acts will take the Red Bull Energy Station Stage on Saturday. Acoustic pop/freestyle artist Kelley James will open the evening of music at 6:30 p.m., followed by in-demand DJ Mick Boogie. Unique electro-rock band Ghostland Observatory will begin its pulsating performance at 9 p.m. Fantastic fireworks displays will take place between the bands' sets Saturday evening.

Motorcycle enthusiasts also can browse and purchase the latest gear and aftermarket accessories during the day Friday through Sunday at the Vendor Marketplace in the Gasoline Alley Garages. Enthusiasts also can check out the newest models of off-road and street motorcycles from major manufacturers at the Manufacturers' Area in the IMS infield.

Another popular returning attraction is the fourth annual Cycle World Editorial Seminar at noon Saturday on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage. Cycle World editors will conduct a question-and-answer session with current and past MotoGP legends.

Vintage racing motorcycles participating in the Cycle World Rolling Concours on the roads of central Indiana during race weekend also will be on display at IMS during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

All of the world's top motorcycle road racers - including world superstars Valentino Rossi, Dani Pedrosa, Casey Stoner and reigning World Champion Lorenzo, and American standouts Nicky Hayden, Spies, Edwards and Kenny Noyes - will compete at speeds approaching 200 mph on the 16-turn, 2.621-mile circuit during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

World Championship classes of MotoGP, Moto2 and 125cc will be joined by the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series. It's the first time Harley racing thunder will be heard at IMS since the very first event at the historic facility, a motorcycle race in August 1909.

The Friday schedule features expanded track time, with morning and afternoon practice sessions for MotoGP, Moto2, 125cc and XR1200 producing more than five hours of action. Morning practice begins at 9:15 a.m., with afternoon sessions starting at 1:15 p.m.

Saturday features nearly five hours of on-track action. Morning practice and afternoon qualifying for MotoGP, Moto2 and 125cc start at 9:15 a.m. and 1 p.m., respectively, with the first XR1200 race at 4:10 p.m.

Race Day will feature morning warm-up sessions for all three World Championship classes starting at 8:40 a.m.

Feature races will start at 11 a.m. for 125cc, 12:15 p.m. for Moto2 and 2 p.m. for MotoGP, with the second XR1200 race closing track activity at 3:30 p.m.

2011 RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP SCHEDULE (All times local, subject to change)

FRIDAY, Aug. 26 (PRACTICE DAY)

8 a.m.-10 p.m. Public Gates Open
8 a.m.-6 p.m.  Vendor Marketplace Open, Gasoline Alley Garages
8 a.m.  Cycle World Rolling Concours Registration Opens
9:15-9:55 a.m. 125cc Free Practice 1
10:10-10:55 a.m. MotoGP Free Practice 1
11:10-11:55 a.m. Moto2 Free Practice 1
12:10-12:35 p.m. AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Practice 1
1:15-1:55 p.m. 125cc Free Practice 2 
2:10-2:55 p.m. MotoGP Free Practice 2
3:10-3:55 p.m. Moto2 Free Practice 2
4:10-4:55 p.m. AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Practice 2

IMS After Dark

5 p.m. MotoGP Rider Q&As, Riders For Health Charity Auction, IMS Infield
7:15 p.m. Live Music by Crash, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield
8:30 p.m. Live Music by Appetite for Destruction, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield

SATURDAY, Aug. 27 (QUALIFYING DAY)

8 a.m.-10 p.m. Public Gates Open
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Vendor Marketplace Open, Gasoline Alley Garages
9:15-9:55 a.m. 125cc Free Practice 3
10:10-10:55 a.m. MotoGP Free Practice 3
11:10-11:55 a.m. Moto2 Free Practice 3
Noon Fourth Annual Cycle World Editorial Seminar, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield
1-1:40 p.m. 125cc Qualifying
1:55-2:55 p.m. MotoGP Qualifying
3:10-3:55 p.m. Moto2 Qualifying
4:10 p.m. AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Race #1 (10 laps)

IMS After Dark

5 p.m. Pit Walkabout (Entrance/exit at South Gasoline Alley)
Ride For Kids with 1993 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz
5:45 p.m. Yamaha Rider Chats with Jorge Lorenzo, Ben Spies, Colin Edwards, Cal Crutchlow, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield
6:20 p.m. BMW Driving Experience
6:30 p.m. Live Music by Kelley James, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield
7:45 p.m. Live Music by DJ Mick Boogie, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield
9 p.m. Live Music by Ghostland Observatory, Red Bull Energy Station Stage, IMS Infield

SUNDAY, Aug. 28 (RACE DAY)

7 a.m.-6 p.m. Public Gates Open
7 a.m.-4 p.m. Vendor Marketplace Open, Gasoline Alley Garages
8:40-9 a.m. 125cc Warm Up
9:10-9:30 a.m. Moto2 Warm Up
9:40-10 a.m. MotoGP Warm Up
11 a.m. 125cc Race (23 laps)
12:15 p.m. Moto2 Race (26 laps)
2 p.m. MotoGP Race (28 laps)
3:30 p.m. AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Race #2 (10 laps)

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2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP tickets: 2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP tickets are on sale now.

To buy tickets, visit www.imstix.com, call the IMS ticket office at (317) 492-6700 or (800) 822-INDY outside the Indianapolis area or visit the ticket office at the IMS Administration Building at the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street. Ticket office and phone hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ET) Monday-Friday.

The 2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP is scheduled for Aug. 26-28 at IMS.

Race Day general admission tickets cost $40, with Friday general admission $10 and Saturday general admission $20. A three-day general admission ticket is $60. A Friday-Saturday general admission ticket is $25.

Children ages 12 and under will be admitted free any of the three days of the event when accompanied by an adult with a general admission ticket.

Race Day reserved seat prices will start at $70.


PLENTY OF NEW ATTRACTIONS AT RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP

IMS After Dark, Harley-Davidson XR1200 racing lead additions for fans

INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2011 - Along with many familiar sights, fans can expect a host of new attractions when the fourth annual Red Bull Indianapolis GP rolls into town Aug. 26-28 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The centerpiece of the weekend will be the world's best motorcycle riders, including Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, Nicky Hayden, Ben Spies and Colin Edwards, competing for a coveted spot atop the IMS victory podium. Popular fan attractions such as the Pit Walkabout, Ducati Island, Vendor Marketplace and Interactive Display Area, Riders for Health auction and rider chats and the Cycle World Editorial Seminar are once again part of the weekend's program. And the gorgeous umbrella girls on the grid and models strutting on the catwalk during Ducati Island fashion shows have become welcomed sights at the event.

In addition to the traditional activities during Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend, the 2011 schedule introduces a variety of fun, new activities at IMS, creating even more excitement and value for MotoGP fans. A look at the new offerings:

Earlier MotoGP Race Start Time: The Red Bull Indianapolis GP MotoGP feature race will start at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28 at IMS, an hour earlier than the first three years of the event at IMS.

IMS After Dark: An expanded lineup of evening party and social attractions will be featured for fans Friday, Aug. 26 and Saturday, Aug. 27 at "IMS After Dark" during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

Public gates will remain open until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at IMS to create one of the coolest parties of the year, energized by the style and attitude of Red Bull.

And for the first time, motorcyclists can park their bikes in the center of the action on the new Main Street in the IMS infield, creating the social scene that is a vital part of every rider's lifestyle. A variety of fun, action-packed activities, including music, motorcycle competition and fashion, will be located along Main Street.

Evening Concerts: The centerpiece of IMS After Dark will be concerts in the evening by national and regional acts.

Crash, the band led by two-time World Superbike champion and former MotoGP rider James Toseland, will play from 7:15-8:15 p.m. Friday on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage. Appetite For Destruction, a premier Guns 'N Roses tribute band, will be on stage from 8:30-10 p.m.

Three national acts will take the Red Bull Energy Station Stage on Saturday. Acoustic pop/freestyle artist Kelley James will open the evening of music at 6:30 p.m., followed by in-demand DJ Mick Boogie. Unique electro-rock band Ghostland Observatory will begin its pulsating performance, which includes a laser light show, at 9 p.m.

Fan Attractions Moving to Evening: Many of the popular existing daytime attractions of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP are moving to the evening as part of IMS After Dark.

Every MotoGP rider will be interviewed during the Riders for Health auction at 5 p.m. Friday adjacent to the main stage in the IMS infield.

The Pit Walkabout, which allows fans to see up-close the incredible prototype machines of MotoGP, will take place on the pit lane from 5-6:45 p.m. Saturday. The timing of the Pit Walkabout should allow fans to witness team mechanics make final race preparations to the bikes.

Reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, American favorites Ben Spies and Colin Edwards, and Cal Crutchlow will be interviewed during the Yamaha Rider Q&A at 5:45 p.m. Saturday on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage in the IMS infield.

Fireworks: Impressive, colorful fireworks displays are scheduled for Saturday evening at IMS between the concerts by Kelley James and DJ Mick Boogie and between Boogie's set and the headline act of Ghostland Observatory.

James' performance will start the evening of music at 6:30 p.m.

Harleys Racing at IMS: The AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series will bring Harley-Davidson racing to IMS. It's the first time Harley racing thunder will be heard at the Brickyard since the very first event at the historic facility, a motorcycle race in August 1909.

AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 activity will take place all three days, with practice Friday and races Saturday and Sunday.

More Track Time Friday: The Friday schedule features expanded track time, with morning and afternoon practice sessions for MotoGP, Moto2, 125cc and XR1200 producing more than five hours of action.

Morning practice begins at 9:15 a.m., with afternoon sessions starting at 1:15 p.m.

There are nearly five hours of on-track action Saturday, with practice and qualifying for the three World Championship classes and an AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 race.

Vintage Bikes: Vintage racing motorcycles participating in the Cycle World Rolling Concours on the roads of central Indiana during race weekend will be on display at IMS during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

Pre-Race Stunts: There will be thrills on land and in the air during pre-race ceremonies for the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Sunday, Aug. 28, as Red Bull aerobatic and air race pilot Kirby Chambliss and Red Bull motorcycle stunt riders Geoff Aaron and Aaron Colton will perform.

Chambliss will fly over the IMS infield and Brickyard Crossing Golf Course at 1:15 p.m. Colton will perform stunts on the front straightaway of the IMS oval at 10:15 a.m., with Aaron stunting at 10:05 a.m., 11:50 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Vendor Marketplace near Gasoline Alley.


2011 RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP NOTEBOOK

Female racer Myers to test Suzuki MotoGP; Americans Beach, Gagne to race in Moto2

INDIANAPOLIS, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011 - AMA SuperSport racer Elena Myers will turn several laps on the Suzuki GSV-R MotoGP bike Thursday, Aug. 25 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the eve of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

Myers' laps are scheduled for 4 p.m. (ET) on the 16-turn, 2.621-mile road course. The Red Bull Indianapolis GP takes place Aug. 26-28 at IMS.

She originally was scheduled to ride the Suzuki MotoGP bike at the postseason test in 2010 at Valencia, Spain, and Suzuki MotoGP Team Manager Paul Denning is fulfilling his promise to provide seat time to Myers.

"Words cannot describe how excited I am to ride the Suzuki GSV-R at Indy during the MotoGP weekend this year," Myers said. "We had talked about it last year, but things didn't work out, so here's a big thanks to everyone involved for making this possible. When I sat on the bike last year, it felt like it was made to fit me. So actually being able to spin a few laps on it will be quite the treat. I'm really looking forward to the weekend."

Myers, 17, finished fifth in the AMA Pro SuperSport West Division this season despite missing two races due to injury. She scored a podium finish at Barber Motorsports Park near Birmingham, Ala.

California native Myers made history last season by becoming the first woman to win an AMA Pro road race, winning the AMA SuperSport round at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. That victory helped her finish second in the SuperSport West standings in 2010.

"We are delighted to be able to give Elena this opportunity to get some understanding of how Suzuki's MotoGP bike feels and operates," Denning said. "She is a very talented racer - not 'for a girl' - she's just fast, full-stop!

"MotoGP is the pinnacle of every racer's ambition, and there aren't so many people who have ridden the very latest 2011 GSV-R - Bautista, Hopkins, Aoki and now Elena! I would guess she's also the only female racer to have ever ridden an 800cc MotoGP machine? Either way, we really hope she enjoys the experience."

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Young Americans get Moto2 chance: Promising young American riders JD Beach and Jake Gagne will compete in the Moto2 class, the final step before the premier MotoGP class, in the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Aug. 26-28 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Beach, a 19-year-old native of Snoqualmie, Wash., will replace Tommaso Lorenzetti on the No. 73 FTR bike for the Spanish Aeroport de Castello team, managed by former Moto2 racer Alex Debon. Gagne, from Ramona, Calif., will compete as a wild card on the No. 32 FTR fielded by the American GPTech team, managed by former racer Geoff Maloney. Gagne will turn 18 on Aug. 27 at Indianapolis.

Both Beach and Gagne are champions of the Red Bull Rookies Cup, a European-based series designed to groom future MotoGP stars. Beach won the title in 2008, Gagne in 2010.

Beach and Gagne also competed in the Red Bull U.S. Rookies Cup and Riders Cup races at the inaugural Red Bull Indianapolis GP in 2008, with Gagne winning the Rookies Cup race.

2010 AMA Daytona SportBike champion Martin Cardenas also is a late addition to the Moto2 lineup at Indianapolis, replacing fellow Colombian Yonny Hernandez on the No. 10 Blusens-STX FTR.

Moto2 riders compete on machines with spec 600cc Honda engines and Dunlop tires. Kenny Noyes, from Borrego Springs, Calif., is the only full-time American rider in the class.

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Cycle World staging Concours, seminar: Cycle World magazine is returning a popular event and bringing a new event to the Red Bull Indianapolis GP this year.

The fourth annual Cycle World Editorial Seminar will feature a panel of MotoGP experts, led by Cycle World Managing Editor Matthew Miles, for an hour-long roundtable discussion at noon Saturday, Aug. 27 on the Red Bull Energy Station Stage in the IMS infield.

Among the scheduled guests are 1993 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz, legendary Cycle World Technical Editor Kevin Cameron, motorcycle journalist and current Ducati MotoGP press officer Chris Jonnum, veteran AMA racer Steve Rapp and more.

Fans can ask questions through the Cycle World Twitter feed, @CycleWorldStuff, and are encouraged to use the hashtag #CWseminar.

The Cycle World Red Bull Indianapolis GP Rolling Concours is a unique event Friday, Aug. 26 at IMS for vintage motorcycle owners and fans of vintage bikes.

Open to machinery from 1986 and earlier, participants must complete a round-trip ride Friday from IMS through the Indianapolis area, including a stop for lunch, to be eligible for judging later that day at the track.

Judging will take place in six classes: Classic I (1959 and older), Classic II (1960-75), Modern Classic (1976-86), American Classic (pre-1975), Japanese Classic (pre-1975) and Street Special (café racers, bob-jobs, etc.)


HARLEY-DAVIDSON XR1200 MOTORCYCLES ROAR TO LIFE AT IMS

Iconic brand makes first appearance at Speedway in 102 years

INDIANAPOLIS, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011 - Nearly 20 riders in the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series tested their Harley-Davidson racing motorcycles Thursday, Aug. 18 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in preparation for the Red Bull Indianapolis GP on Aug. 26-28.

The practice session served as the Brickyard debut for the XR1200 series and the first time that Harley-Davidson motorcycles and their distinctive V-Twin rumble have run at speed at IMS since the first motor race at the facility in August 1909.

The Harleys will compete in two AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 races at IMS, at 4:10 p.m. (ET) Saturday, Aug. 27 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28.

Among the riders testing their XR1200 machines for the first time on the newly repaved, 16-turn, 2.621-mile circuit were 2010 United Kingdom XR1200 champion Jeremy McWilliams and 2011 AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 points leader Chris Fillmore.

Former MotoGP standout McWilliams, a 47-year-old native of Northern Ireland, will ride for Harley-Davidson of Bloomington, Ind., with support from Warr's Racing of London.

"It's a bit of a dream come true," McWilliams said. "I've never been to the Brickyard as you call it, and it's lovely to be here. I'm pretty blown away by the size of the place. It's a pretty good layout, and I'm really enjoying the fast sections."

McWilliams appreciates the history of Harley's return to IMS for the first time in 102 years.

"That's incredible," he said. "This class only started a year and a half ago in America, and to grow it that quickly is pretty awesome. But then we know that Harley over here is such an iconic brand, and it's a fun race to be taking part in."

Fillmore, from Oxford, Mich., leads the U.S. XR1200 standings as a rookie on the strength of three victories. He competed in AMA Daytona SportBike in 2009-10 and also has raced in Supermoto and motocross.

"It's suiting me pretty well," Fillmore said of XR1200 racing. "It feels comfortable with the big wide bars, and it kind of goes back to my days with Supermoto a little bit."

Fillmore never set foot inside IMS before today. The memories from the test will last a long time.

"I came here this morning and I walked out of the garage and walked right on to pit road before any sessions started, and it kind of gave me goose bumps looking down the start stretch," he said. "The facility is world-class looking, and it's definitely going to be neat to line up here in front of all the fans. It's going to be exciting, and we'll try not to let the nerves get to us too much."

The test also held special significance for Mike Morgan, a resident of Goshen, Ind., who is fulfilling a lifelong ambition to race at the Brickyard.

"Not in my wildest dreams did I think this would ever happen," Morgan said. "It's like a dream come true. I'm speechless. The 100-year anniversary was just a couple months ago, and now we're here racing motorcycles - and Harleys, at that - so it's amazing."

Morgan and McWilliams aren't the only XR1200 racers with Indiana connections.

Gene Burcham of Indianapolis is racing an entry with support from Dreyer Motorsports and ERMCO Electric of Indianapolis. Shawn Higbee of Milwaukee will ride a machine fielded by Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson.

AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 testing will continue from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Friday. Also testing from 11 a.m.-noon and 4-5 p.m. Friday will be young American stars JD Beach and Jake Gagne, who will compete in the Moto2 class at the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

The public is welcome to view the test session Friday from the South Terrace grandstands adjacent to the IMS Hall of Fame Museum. Admission is free.


RED BULL AEROBATIC PILOT, MOTORCYCLE STUNT RIDERS TO ENTERTAIN FANS AT RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP

INDIANAPOLIS, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011 - World-renowned Red Bull aerobatic and air race pilot Kirby Chambliss and Red Bull motorcycle stunt riders Geoff Aaron and Aaron Colton will provide thrilling pre-race entertainment before the world's best motorcycle racers race Sunday, Aug. 28 at the Red Bull Indianapolis GP at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Chambliss will fly his Zivko Edge 540 airplane during his air show performance at 1:15 p.m. over the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course, featuring a variety of stalls, rolls and loops that have thrilled fans for years. Chambliss is a five-time U.S. National Aerobatic Champion and has won numerous individual and team silver and bronze medals at the FAI World Aerobatic Championships. He is also a two-time Red Bull Air Race World Champion.

Also on hand to entertain fans on Race Morning will be 10-time AMA National Trials champion Aaron, who will perform at 10:05 a.m., 11:50 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Vendor Marketplace located in the IMS infield just east of Gasoline Alley.

Aaron will ride his motorcycle over a variety of ramps and obstacles, in addition to performing wheelies and other tricks. Named the AMA Amateur Athlete of the Year and AMA Sports Athlete of the Year in 2000, Aaron was named the AMA Sports Athlete of the Year for the second time in 2006.

The tricks will be taken to even greater levels when streetbike freestyler extraordinaire Colton performs at 10:15 a.m. on the front straightaway at IMS.

Colton will complete a variety of wheelies on his front and back tires, in addition to a number of other stunts on his bike. Colton has won a number of high-profile competitions during his career, including the 2008 XDL Indy GP Individual Freestyle and the 2008 Starboyz Stuntfest Individual Freestyle.


2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP tickets: 2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP tickets are on sale now.

To buy tickets, visit www.imstix.com, call the IMS ticket office at (317) 492-6700 or (800) 822-INDY outside the Indianapolis area or visit the ticket office at the IMS Administration Building at the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street. Ticket office and phone hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ET) Monday-Friday.

The 2011 Red Bull Indianapolis GP is scheduled for Aug. 26-28 at IMS.

Race Day general admission tickets cost $40, with Friday general admission $10 and Saturday general admission $20. A three-day general admission ticket is $60. A Friday-Saturday general admission ticket is $25.

Children ages 12 and under will be admitted free any of the three days of the event when accompanied by an adult with a general admission ticket.

Race Day reserved seat prices will start at $70.


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