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Indy 500 to have 25% capacity, masks mandatory

The 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place with a attendance expected to be limited to 25 per cent, with masks being made mandatory at the venue. Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the NTT IndyCar Series had a redrafted schedule with the Indy 500 moved to August, the first time ever in the race's history it will take place outside the month of May. NTT IndyCar Series and IMS owners Penske Entertainment Corp had announced in June fans would be able to attend the race, but with a restricted capacity. Ticket sales for the event will also cease from July 24 in order to help keep the attendance down.
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