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2018 Indy 500: Tickets On Sale Now

November 01, 2017

The speed. The excitement. The pageantry. The tradition. The Indianapolis 500 – there’s nothing else quite like it. Buy your tickets now for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” at IMS.com and get set for more magic moments and memories. #IsItMayYet

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Indy 500 Tickets On Sale Now
 
2018 Indy 500: Tickets On Sale Now
The speed. The excitement. The pageantry. The tradition. The Indianapolis 500 – there’s nothing else quite like it. Buy your tickets now for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” at IMS.com and get set for more magic moments and memories. #IsItMayYet
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