Detroit Grand Prix Tickets Go On Sale

James Hinchcliffe during the IndyCar Practice at the 2016 Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix in Detroit, MI, on 3 June 2016. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

James Hinchcliffe during IndyCar practice at the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix in Detroit, MI, on 3 June 2016. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

(DETROIT, MI) – Tickets for the 2018 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear will be available for purchase beginning at 7am tomorrow morning. One of the most popular summertime events in southeast Michigan, the Grand Prix will visit Belle Isle Park on June 1 through 3, 2018, for the Motor City’s annual Motorsports Festival.

Fans can get their tickets to Detroit’s 29th Grand Prix by visiting online or by calling the Ticket Hotline at 866-464-PRIX (7749).

For the third consecutive year, ticket prices have remained virtually the same as packages for Grand Prix weekend start at just $40. The on-track lineup at the Grand Prix continues to be one of the best in racing with seven races over three days of non-stop action.

In 2018, the event will once again feature the only doubleheader weekend on the Verizon IndyCar Series schedule, the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit, along with the exotic sports cars of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic. Fans will be provided free round-trip bus service from designated pick up and drop off locations in Detroit to Belle Isle with every ticket purchase.

A Grand Prix tradition will continue with the return of Comerica Bank Free Prix Day as fans will be able to see all the on-track and off-track activity at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park and in the Fifth Third Bank Paddock, known as the locker room of motorsports, free of charge on Friday, June 1.

Eric Curran and Dane Cameron driving the N0. 31 Corvette DP followed by James French and James Vance driving the No. 38 ORECA FLM09 and Michael Guasch and Tom Kimber-Smith driving the No. 52 ORECA FLM09 during the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship during the 2015 Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix on 29 May 2015.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Eric Curran and Dane Cameron driving the N0. 31 Corvette DP followed by James French and James Vance driving the No. 38 ORECA FLM09 and Michael Guasch and Tom Kimber-Smith driving the No. 52 ORECA FLM09 during the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship during the 2015 Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix on 29 May 2015.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Single-day tickets for the rest of the Grand Prix weekend start at just $40 for General Admission and two-day General Admission tickets are $75. Children 12 and under are admitted into the General Admission seating areas free of charge with a ticket-bearing adult with a limit of two children per adult. Reserved grandstands seats for the 2018 Grand Prix start at $65 for a single-day adult ticket.

The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli also returns in 2018 with championship races on Saturday with the 3-Dimensional Services Motor City Showcase and on Sunday with the 3-Dimensional Services Motor City Showdown, while the high-flying trucks of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks will delight fans with races on both Saturday and Sunday of race weekend.

For more information visit the Detroit Grand Prix website.

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