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IMS details Indy 500 ticket credit options

The business of reconciling 70,000 ticket purchases for the upcoming Indianapolis 500 is in motion. After announcing the August 23 event will be held without fans in attendance, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway says instructions are on the way to those who are eager to secure tickets for next year’s race. “Customers will receive an IMS account credit good for the reorder of their Indy 500 tickets in 2021,” a spokesperson told RACER. “They will retain their seniority and their original May seating. An email from the IMS ticket office will go out shortly and provide updates on accessing the credit and processing renewals for 2021.”
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