The Panasonic Pagoda is one of the most recognizable structures at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The current Panasonic Pagoda was built during the massive construction project from 1998-2000 at IMS. The Panasonic Pagoda towers in its magnificence, centered on the start-finish line. It has nine tiers or viewing levels and reaches a height of 153 feet, equal to a 13-story building. It is fully landscaped with grass and a brick walkway shaped like the oval. A 36-inch strip of bricks runs from the track’s start/finish line, underneath the tower and into the middle of the plaza. This is a great venue to
entertain Business Decision-Makers and Facilities Managers.
- Outdoor Balcony on the North & South Side of Panasonic Pagoda
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- Closed Circuit Television