June 17 – 19, 2022
Experience 850 hp Trans Am cars, classic Corvettes, Alfas, Porsches, Historic F.1 and Indy cars racing on this legendary track. Indianapolis SpeedTour provides the opportunity to get up close to celebrated drivers, legendary race cars and much more. The SpeedTour is an event for the whole family so join us for the full weekend; one day won’t be enough! Indianapolis SpeedTour will feature racers and cars from Trans Am, Sportscar Vintage Racing (SVRA), International GT (IGT), and the wildly popular new VROC races.
Trans Am Series
America's Road Racing Series - The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli offers a feast for the eyes and ears with races featuring 70+ grids populated by Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers and Corvettes in four classes, TA, TA2, SGT and GT.
Cars & Caffeine
Open to all classic, vintage, exotic and collector cars of interest, you are invited to display your car at some of the greatest historic race tracks in the country and take part in the popular “Last Lap” tour around the track in your show car.
Full Access: Garages & Paddock
In addition to seeing some the world's most exciting race cars drive on this historic track, full access to the paddock area and garages is given to SpeedTour spectators... unlike the typical motorsport event. See all the vehicles up close and be a part of the excitement!
A stroll through vendor row offers everything from tee shirts, safety equipment, jewelry, vintage posters and memorabilia to the hard to find parts.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, nicknamed The Brickyard, is a world-famous racing circuit located in Speedway, Indiana (approximately six miles west of Downtown Indianapolis).
The 2.5-mile-long track is a rectangular oval with dimensions that have remained essentially unchanged since its construction. It has two 5⁄8-mile straightaways, four geometrically identical 1⁄4-mile turns, connected by two 1⁄8-mile straightaways.
A modern infield road course was completed in 2000, incorporating part of the oval, measuring 2.605 miles. In 2008 and 2014, the road course layout was modified to accommodate motorcycle racing and improve competition.