Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials have announced all reserved seating is officially sold out for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil.

While general admission tickets are still available in the IMS infield, the grandstands around the 107-year-old 2.5-mile oval, and all hospitality suites, will be completely filled.

Beyond the grandstands, the new Hulman Terrace Club is also sold out and every IMS suite is full. Several large temporary suites will be erected due to the increased demand.

"Every Indianapolis 500 is special, but the buzz surrounding the 100th Running has been building ever since the checkered flag fell on the 99th," said IMS President J. Douglas Boles. "Our fans are the best in sports and their incredible support of this year's race will make it a truly historic day for 'The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.'"

Allison Melangton, Senior Vice President of Events for Hulman Motorsport added: "I've been lucky enough to be a part of major sporting events across the globe, but this race has a completely unique ability to inspire pride and passion in its fans.

“This year, our community has tapped into that passion in so many incredible ways, and it's simply inspiring to see all of these volunteer driven efforts working hand in hand with IMS and the 500 Festival to build valuable partnerships that enrich lives and push everyone forward."   

Fans are encouraged to visit and check IMS social media feeds for updates on all ticketing related information. Remaining Race Weekend experiences are selling fast, and everyone is encouraged to purchase remaining inventory as soon as possible.


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