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Reorder Red Bull Indianapolis GP Tickets For 2013 Today!

Specially priced benefits are being offered to fans who reorder tickets or request seating upgrades for the 2013 Red Bull Indianapolis GP MotoGP race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Fans reordering their Sunday Reserved Seat tickets for the sixth Red Bull Indianapolis GP no later than Tuesday, Sept. 4 will be entitled to special “Fan Prices” for these benefits:

Product Gate Price Fan Price
Motorcycle Track lap $40 $5
VIP Museum Motorcycle Parking $40 $5
Friday/Saturday General Admission Ticket $40 $20
Early Access Saturday MotoGP Pit Walk N/A FREE


There are two ways for fans to reorder their reserved seats or request seating upgrades for the 2013 Red Bull Indianapolis GP:

  1. Visit www.IMSTix.com, log in to your account and reorder your tickets online
     
  2. Mail 2013 Reorder Form (enclosed with 2012 tickets) to:
    Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    P.O. Box 24920
    Speedway, IN 46224


The 2013 Red Bull Indianapolis GP will showcase American standouts Nicky Hayden and Colin Edwards racing against the world’s greatest motorcycle riders, including Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa on the 16-turn, 2.621-mile IMS road course. Talented riders from around the globe also will compete in the Moto2 and Moto3 World Championship classes.

The date for the 2013 race will be announced soon.

 

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Reorder Red Bull Indianapolis GP Tickets For 2013 Today!
 
Reorder Red Bull Indianapolis GP Tickets For 2013 Today!
Specially priced benefits are being offered to fans who reorder tickets or request seating upgrades for the 2013 Red Bull Indianapolis GP MotoGP race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Fans reordering their Sunday Reserved Seat tickets for the sixth Red Bull Indianapolis GP no later than Tuesday, Sept. 4 will be entitled to special “Fan Prices” for these benefits:
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