Brickyard 400: Super Weekend

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It's Super Weekend at the Brickyard, but we're also keeping a close eye on weather, too. Storms are possible Saturday night and Sunday. Be sure to download the WTHR news and SkyTrak Weather apps so you can check radar and get updates if you're headed to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, or click here for weather updates.

Watch WTHR from 5am to noon for weather, traffic and track updates.

Sunday, July 27

6 a.m.-6 p.m. Public Gates Open

1 p.m. Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard Powered by


Team Chevy Driver Q&A (All on Chevy Stage, north of Pagoda Plaza - scheduled to appear):

9 a.m., Kyle Larson pit crew autograph session

9:35 a.m., Ryan Newman

10 a.m., Kevin Harvick

10:20 a.m., Jimmie Johnson Brickfest Music Festival (Free with admission, Infield Brickfest Music Festival Stage)

8:30 a.m. Lauren Jenkins

9:00 a.m. Scotty Emerick

9:30 a.m. A Thousand Horses

10:20 a.m. Drake White

11:15 a.m. Brantley Gilbert

Note: Fans also can enjoy a giant slide, Eurobungy and a mechanical pig in the Brickfest area.

Track Walk: Fans who purchased reserved seats for Sunday, July 27, can take a complimentary walk on the IMS oval from 9:15-10:30 a.m.

Brickwalk: Fans can watch drivers walk down the Yard of Bricks in Pagoda Plaza prior to driver introductions, noon-12:25 p.m.

Pre-Race Music Performances (Victory Podium): 12:57 p.m. America the Beautiful: Ashley Campbell;

1:01 p.m. National anthem: Drake White

Kids Zone:

Scheduled appearances by NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Greg Biffle (9-9:20 a.m.) and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (10-10:20 a.m.), Radio Disney, inflatables, games, Hero Zone obstacle course, Pit Stop Challenge, face painting and more, 8 a.m. until 1:20 p.m. 

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Printable schedule

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Track map


Heavy traffic around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway due to the Brickyard 400 Race will cause interruptions for IndyGo's west side bus routes.

On Sunday, July 27 passengers should expect the following service interruptions all day on these routes:

Route 3 - Michigan Street: No bus service will be available west of Michigan Plaza.Route 10 - 10th Street: No bus service will be available west of Eskenazi Hospital.Route 15 - Riverside: No service will be available west of Riverside Park.Route 37 - Park 100: A major reroute will close all stops on Michigan Street, New York Street, White River Parkway and Lafayette Road between 16th and 38th Streets. At the conclusion of the race, the following routes will go on detour:

Route 5 - E. 25th/Harding: All trips will begin and end at Harding and 25th Streets, closing all regular Route 5 stops north of 25th Street on the westside.Route 38 - Lafayette Square: No bus service will be available west of Georgetown Road. Passengers should be reminded that Route 25 - West 16th does not run on Sundays, so no transit service is available to the track on Race Day, July 28.

As with all special events that disrupt normal traffic flow, passengers should plan ahead and allow plenty of time for travel to their destinations. As the race progresses, some bus service may be resumed if streets are re-opened.

IndyGo Customer Service can help plan trips prior to race day at 317.635.3344 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Details are also available on