Race Day Seats cost from $72-134.
Tribuna Ducati Ticket Package - $125

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MotoGP does run in the rain.

Park Free in IMS's  North lot or in the Infield of the
track.  Pay to park in people's yards or reserve a
spot in IMS's other pay parking areas or  camping.
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Coolers taken into the stands on race day must not
be bigger than 18" x 14" x 14".

Backpacks, purses and coolers will be checked by
security when you walk in the gate.

Free gear check available for riders at multiple
locations for fans to check helmets, leathers and
any other motorcycle gear at the track. Fans can
visit any of the five locations on the IMS grounds
and place any gear in plastic bags to be securely
stored and picked up upon exiting the facility for
the day,

Only people 18 years old and younger have to
wear a helmet in Indiana

The first motorcycle race at IMS in 100 years
happened in 2008.   A new chicane was add to
the  roadcourse for this event.
Track Map
MotoGP Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix will not return in 2016

When:  August 7-9, 2015

Event Classes: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, MotoAmerica
60 Vendors will be filling the
IndyCar garages selling stuff
for your motorcycle.  

Motorcycle manufacturer
displays are set up in the
middle of the infield .

Trivia: The 2008 inaugural
Indianapolis race, which was
shortened by a rainstorm, drew
91,064 fans.  In 2009, 75,130
tickets were sold for race day.
The three-day total for 2009 --
146,680 -- was 27,372 fewer
than in 2008.

Tribuna Ducati Ticket Package
gets you into the Ducati
Grandstand in stand J,  special
parking spot for your bike, etc.
General Admission Prices:
$20 - friday
$20 - Saturday
$50 - Race Day!
3-day Combo ticket is $72
Friday & Saturday combo is $21
The Red Bull Indianapolis GP features exciting, 200-mph
racing by the world's best riders on exotic, prototype
machinery, and there are plenty of other activities geared
toward motorcycling enthusiasts during "The Ultimate
Motorcycle Race in America" at the Indianapolis Motor

MotoGP superstars Dani Pedrosa, Jorge Lorenzo and
Marc Marquez race against American standout
Nicky Hayden aboard 1000cc prototype motorcycles from
Ducati, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Aprilia  on the IMS
road course Sunday, with practice Friday,  and practice
and qualifying Saturday. Exciting competition also will take
place in the Moto2 (600cc) and Moto3 (250cc) World
Championship classes featuring riders from around the
MotoAmerica, the premier U.S.-based motorcycle road
racing series, will race as part of the GP weekend.  Their
premeir class - Superbike will race alongside the
Superstock 1000 class, but are scored separately.

There is a new course layout for 2014.

Beginning in 2015, Red Bull Stunt Cyclist will be
performing throughout the GP weekend.
About Moto3

In 2012, Moto3 replaced the GP125cc class.  
Moto3 uses 250cc 4-stroke 1-cylinder engines.

Minimum weight with driver: 326 lbs.  (148 kg)

Unlike Moto2, there is no control engine, meaning
that manufacturers are free to show their
engineering prowess in engine as well as chassis

Ioda, Honda, KTM, Oral, Mahindra and MZ
2012 Honda NSF250R Moto3 race bike
Weight: 185lbs (84kg)       Power: 48 hp (35.5 KW/13,000rpm)
About Moto2

The chassis are free from limitations of design and
construction, however every bike must be powered
by a 600cc 4-stroke Honda engine which produces
around 140bhp.  

Minimum weight =  (140 kg)

FTR, Honda, Ioda, Moriwaki, MZ, Motobi, Kalex,
Suter and Tech3
About MotoGP

Miniumum Weight: Up to 800cc - 331 lbs (150 kg)
              801-1000cc - 337 lbs (153 kg)
Top speed: Approximately 201 mph (323 km/h)

A regulation stating that each rider is allowed only
have 6 engines at their disposal for the whole
season commenced in 2010. Limiting the number
of engines means the manufacturers have to
produce more reliable powerplants, which calls
for reducing their power output and revs, hence
slowing down the overall increase in performance
of the bikes.

Ducati, Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha

Photos of 2014 MotoGP bikes
Misc notes:

All 3 classes now use 4-stroke engines

Smaller bikes means smaller tyres and
smaller contact patches.

Both Moto2 and Moto3 use Dunlop tires.
No super or turbo charging allowed.
They may have more than 6 gears.
Moriwaki MD600
About XR1200

This series is sponsored by AMA Pro Racing and
Vance & Hines.

It is a spec-bike race series featuring specially
modified Harley-Davidson XR1200 motorcycles.

The mods consist of a Vance & Hines XR1200
exhaust system, a Fuelpak fuel management
system, race bodywork including number plate,
single-seat tail section and belly pan, 17- inch front
wheel with matching front fender, steering damper,
oil cooler relocator and race decal package.  In
addition, teams are able to upgrade their
suspension, hand and foot controls, brake
components and instrumentation.
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The Red Bull Indianapolis GP was named by MotoGP
as the circuit’s
"Best Grand Prix" in 2014,
the first North American race so honored.
MotoAmerica's Superbike series replaced the Harley series in 2015.

From 2008 - 2014 The distinctive rumble of American V-Twin thunder
also was heard and felt  on track at IMS, as the AMA Pro Vance &
Hines XR1200 Series raced on Saturdays and Sundays.

Competitors raced on spec Harley-Davidson XR1200
machines, with only limited modifications allowed. This formula
placed a premium on rider skill and creates fantastic, side-by-side,
handlebar-banging action all over the track.
Ducati Island

The Italian manufacturer featured a large display inside Turn 1,  including current and historic Ducati  
machines, custom Ducati bikes, Ducati apparel and accessories, entertainment, fan giveaways,
entertainment, fashion shows, Ducati Girls and autograph sessions.

In addition, a special stand was erected in the infield that looked out on the chicane in the south west
corner of the course.

The Ducati Grandstand was moved in 2015 to Stand J.
History of the Red Bull Grand Prix of Indianapolis
About Superbike and Superstock 1000

The premier class for the MotoAmerica Championship is Superbike, featuring a rules package based on a
combination of AMA Superbike chassis and 2015 World Superbike Championship engine specifications.
Racing alongside the Superbikes (but scored separately) is the Superstock 1000 class, closely aligned to FIM
Superstock 1000 rules and run on slick tires.

A mix of young, up-and-coming riders will battle veterans on the 16-turn, 2.591-mile IMS road course.

750 to 1000cc 3- and 4-cylinder engines /
       850 to 1200cc 2-cylinder engines

Chassis: standard frame and swingarm; aftermarket
triple-clamps; stock fork may be modified; rear suspension may
be replaced; electronic suspension permitted if standard on
homologated model; brake system may be replaced

Tires: Dunlop K448 front/K449 rear slicks (8 fronts, 10 rears
per competitor per race weekend)

Equivalent international class: FIM Superbike

Manufacturers: Yamaha, Suzuki, KTM, Honda, BMW,
SUPERSTOCK 1000 Class Rules

750 to 1000cc 3- and 4-cylinder engines
       850 to 1200cc 2-cylinder engines

Chassis: standard frame and swingarm; stock triple-clamps
and fork (may be modified with parts from eligible equipment
list); shock may be replaced; stock linkage; electronic
suspension permitted if standard on homologated model;
brake system may be replaced (steel discs); stock wheels; no
titanium fasteners; 374-lb. minimum weight

Tires: Dunlop K448 front/K449 rear slicks (8 fronts, 10 rears
per competitor per race weekend)

Equivalent international class: FIM Superstock 1000

Manufacturers: Ducati, Yamaha, Suzuki, Aprillia, BMW
Note: The Superbikes have a white number plate with black numbers.
  The Superstock have a red number plate with white numbers.