For the first time since 2011, NASCAR will return to Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park this summer! It has been a long hiatus, but it should be well worth the wait.
You can catch two days of stock car racing including a NASCAR doubleheader on July 29-30 that will feature the brightest young stars in racing and perhaps a well-known NASCAR veteran or two.
Full Weekend of Racing
The Camping World Truck Series will race the TSport 200 under the lights on Friday, July 29 along with the ARCA Menards Series Reese’s 200.
Adding to the excitement, the truck race will be the first of the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs.
Racings wraps up at IRP on Saturday with the ARCA/CRA Super Series as well as the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks in the Fireball Circle City Twin 100s.
Just down the street, Indianapolis Motor Speedway will host a jam-packed weekend of its own. Some of the biggest names in racing will compete in an INDYCAR and NASCAR tripleheader weekend on Saturday and Sunday.
Kids, Camping Free
These events could be the perfect weekend out for a family because children 12 and under receive free admission both days when accompanied by a paid adult.
Children 12 and under receive free admission to all events at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.
Camping will also be free during the event. Race fans can stay at the track on Friday night before Saturday's event to round out the weekend. Camping spaces are primitive without hookups to electricity or water.
Tickets for the July 29-30 weekend events at IRP are on sale now with reserved seats listed at $45 and general admission at $35.
Rich History at IRP
The first NASCAR events held at IRP were the Grand National (now Xfinity) Series. Legends of the sports made names for themselves with wins on the 0.686-mile oval including Morgan Shepherd, Bobby Labonte, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch.
NASCAR Trucks first debuted at the Brownsburg track in 1995 with Mike Skinner winning from the pole. Ron Hornaday Jr., Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and many others went on to capture the checkered flag over the course of 17 years.
Learn more about the facility's history on their website.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are tickets on sale for the NASCAR doubleheader weekend?
You can purchase single- and multi-day tickets (general admission and/or reserved) at this link.
What are the ticket prices?
Single-day July 29 reserved seating tickets are $45 while general admission tickets will be $35. Two-day ticket packages are also available for purchase with pricing starting at $60.
Children 12 and under will receive FREE general admission when accompanied by a paid adult for each day.
Will additional racing series accompany the NASCAR Trucks race?
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series TSport 200 will be joined by the ARCA Menards Series and the Reese’s 200 on the race day schedule for July 29. Additionally, the ARCA/CRA Super Series as well as the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks will race on Saturday, July 30 in the Fireball Circle City Twin 100’s.
The full on-track schedule for the July 29-30 race weekend is being finalized. Updates in the future will be shared to Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park social media platforms as well as RaceIRP.com.
Will infield/pit access passes be available for spectators to purchase?
Organizers haven't decided as of this writing if spectator infield/pit access will be allowed at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. More information will be provided closer to the event date.