James Hinchcliffe in the pits

What is a Pit Pass?

What are the Pits?

The Pits is a lot of things- it’s where the teams & crews watch and communicate with their drivers during the race to help guide them, it’s where drivers make a "pit-stop" so that their tires can be changed and cars refueled and it’s where teams try to fix any car problems that may happen during the race. The pit is action packed and exciting!

What can I see when I go into the Pits?

You’ll get up close and personal with the cars, directly behind the pit boxes, to watch the teams get ready and check out the fancy pieces of equipment used for monitoring the race (they’re crazy technological). You’ll also be walking on restricted areas of the official race course, with access so 'behind the scenes' these passes are sold in MINIMAL quantities, with MAXIMUM potential for jealousy inducing Instagram posts!

When can I go into the Pits with my Pit Pass?

Our pit pass allows access to the Pits during ALL support series on-track racing action and for IndyCar practice, qualifying and Pre-race.  This means that during the Sunday afternoon IndyCar race you will have to clear the pits, for your own safety as the pits get super hectic as the cars come squealing in and out. Don’t worry- you won’t miss out, there is plenty of pit action throughout the three day event you'll have up-close access to!

Other notes:

Pit Pass Holders must sign a waiver at the event site before being granted access, and must be 18 years of age or older.

Want to get in on all the action in the pits? Get yours.