The Red Bull Indianapolis GP is a round of the MotoGP World Championship, the most prestigious motorcycle road racing series in the world. It has taken place annually since 2008 on a 16-turn, 2.621-mile road circuit at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that incorporates part of the Speedway’s famous oval.
All three World Championship classes compete at the event: MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. Unlike oval events at IMS, riders compete in the Red Bull Indianapolis GP rain or shine.
Be sure to be on time for all the events during the Red Bull Indianapolis. From on-track activity to autograph sessions be sure to check the schedule for the latest information. View Schedule
The 2014 Red Bull Indianapolis GP will have an updated layout. Check out all the changes and updates. View Map
Make it easier to spot your favorite riders with our easy to read spotter guide. View Guide
Motorcycles on Meridian
Downtown Indianapolis comes alive with the roaring of motorcycles throughout the GP weekend. Learn More
The Moto Midway will be the center of off-track action during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP weekend. This exciting display will feature concerts and events all weekend long! Learn More
Motorcycle enthusiasts can see and purchase gear from top motorcycle equipment and accessory companies. Learn More
Pit Lane Walk
Get up close to the MotoGP riders and teams with a pit walk through the MotoGP Paddock at IMS. Learn More
IMS Kids Club
The IMS Kids Club is an organization for the young race fans in your life. It has fun and exciting events for kids during all of the events, as well as year round. Learn More
A few other facts about the race:
- Seven-time MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi won the inaugural Red Bull Indianapolis GP in 2008.
- Jorge Lorenzo has earned the most podium (top three) finishes in the MotoGP class scoring five podiums in the first six years of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP. Dani Pedrosa is second with four podiums and Americans Nicky Hayden and Ben Spies tied with two apiece.
- Alex de Angelis became the first motorcycle rider to top 200 mph at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, reaching a top velocity of 201.3 mph during the 2009 race. The current motorcycle top speed record at Indianapolis is 208.6 mph set by Honda’s Dani Pedrosa in 2012.
- Riders in the Red Bull Indianapolis GP can lean their bikes as much as 64 degrees in corners, with the tire contact patch with the asphalt only equaling the size of a credit card.
- Marc Marquez holds the MotoGP track record in Indianapolis. Marquez clocked a lap at 1 minute, 37.958 seconds on his factory Repsol Honda during qualifying for 2013.
- Dani Pedrosa is the only rider to win multiple Red Bull Indianapolis GP's. Pedrosa won the premier class in 2010 and 2012. Pedrosa is also the only rider to earn multiple pole positions (two) in the MotoGP class in Indianapolis.
- The very first motorized race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a motorcycle event Aug. 14, 1909.
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