The Morning Tour Sold Out in 3 Hours; RSVP for the Afternoon Tour Today!
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum’s popular Shop Tour Series wraps up the 2019 schedule with a visit to one of the most successful and storied teams of modern IndyCar Series racing: Andretti Autosport, on Thursday, Nov. 21.
The VIP IMS Museum members-only tour, scheduled for the morning, sold out just three hours after opening on Oct. 29. However, seats remain available for the afternoon tour (1:30-4 p.m. ET), which is open to current IMS Museum members and future members.
A perennial powerhouse in the NTT IndyCar Series and a five-time Indianapolis 500-winning franchise, Andretti Autosport is led by Michael Andretti, the 1991 CART IndyCar series champion and 1984 Indianapolis 500 co-rookie of the year. He’s the father of current NTT IndyCar Series driver Marco Andretti and the son of 1969 “500” winner Mario Andretti.
After a distinguished driving career that saw him nearly win the “500” several times, Michael has as a team owner enjoyed the traditional sip of milk in Victory Circle with drivers Dan Wheldon (2005), Dario Franchitti (2007), Ryan Hunter-Reay (2014), Alexander Rossi (2016) and Takuma Sato (2017).
The team has earned four NTT IndyCar Series championships, and Andretti Autosport also fields teams in the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Championship, the Pirelli GT4 Americas series, ABB FIA Formula-E Championship, and the Australian Supercar Championship.
Additional tour details are available on the IMS Museum’s Shop Tour Series page: https://imsmuseum.org/special-events/shop-tours/
To make your reservation for this unforgettable behind-the-scenes experience, contact Kelly Hartman at the IMS Museum at (317) 492-6568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the IMS Museum: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is home to one of the world’s premier motorsports and automobile collections, with a focus on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its role as a global icon of sporting tradition and innovation.
Located inside the famed 2.5-mile IMS oval, the Museum is open 363 days a year (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas). It is operated by the IMS Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which relies on support from admissions, tours, sponsorships, annual memberships and foundation grants for operations, educational programming, restoration and preservation efforts and exhibits.