Fans can attend the Indycar Harvest in October
Indianapolis- Fans will be able to attend the Indycar Harvest race, but are required to practice social distancing and wear face coverings.
On Friday, it was announced that fans will be able to attend the next big race in Indianapolis, which is the Indycar Harvest. Before fans enter the gate, their temperature will be checked. After that process is complete, fans will have to sit in designated zones. There will be two zones that will hold at least 5,000 fans each, which will be located at turn 1 and turn 4. Fans will receive a bottle of hand sanitizer and a face mask, if they did not have their own.
“We can’t wait to see fans come through our gates for the first time in 2020,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. “They’ll be greeted by a vastly improved facility, featuring significant upgrades to the spectator experience. We’re also extremely grateful to have a presenting sponsor with the expertise and resources of GMR as we look to implement our detailed and comprehensive health and safety plan.”
The first race will air at 3:30 p.m. (ET) Friday, Oct. 2 on the USA Network. NBC will broadcast the second race at 2:30 p.m. (ET) Saturday, Oct. 3, with WTHR-13 airing the action live in Central Indiana.