After an intense month of training, Will Buxton leaves his native Great Britain for Palm Beach to join the Ferrari Driver Academy’s Florida Winter Series.
But, before he is allowed out on the track, Will and his fellow students must go back to the basics, driving the track in the simulator and getting out on foot to examine every turn of the Palm Beach International Raceway in detail.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has unveiled what the ticket for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 will look like.
The ticket features blue and red foil stamped with a sculptural embossing of last year’s 500 winner, Takuma Sato, in victory lane, holding the ceremonial winner’s bottle of milk. Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Greatest Spectacle In Racing, driving for Andretti Autosport.
The ticket was revealed Thursday during a ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse that featured Sato, now with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, as well as Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, Hulman & Company President and CEO Mark Miles, IMS President J. Douglas Boles and Hulman Motorsports Senior Vice President of Events Allison Melangton.
The Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil will be held Sunday, May 27 at IMS.