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Shuttle buses from airport to speedway.

Has anyone have any experience with this. At Daytona International Speedway the shuttles to the track usually run smooth. After the race it is a nightmare. Imagine 10,000 drunks all trying to get on the same bus. Any input will be appreciated.

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1. Re: Shuttle buses from airport to speedway.

i think there are shuttle buses fro the airport to the Speedway. Not sure how it is getting out BUT Indianapolis Metro police, SDpeedway Police, anr the Indiana State Police are the best in the world at moving traffic

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2. Re: Shuttle buses from airport to speedway.

Yes, there is roundtrip bus service for 2010 Brickyard 400 fans on Race Day, Sunday, July 25 at four convenient locations, including three in downtown Indianapolis and one at Indianapolis International Airport.

Service in air-conditioned shuttles will be provided by the Free Enterprise System, Inc. Tickets are $22 per person for one-way or round-trip service.

Tickets can be ordered in advance at www.brickyard400parking.com or www.freeenterprisesystem.com or purchased on site on Race Day from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at each location, with credit card, debit card or cash accepted. Tickets ordered online before July 16 will be mailed unless will-call pickup is requested. Online orders made between July 17-23 will be held for will-call pickup after 8 a.m. on Race Day at the customer’s selected location.

Service to the track will start at 8 a.m. at all four locations, with continuous shuttles until 1 p.m. Return service will take place for three hours after the end of the race, with all shuttles leaving from the staging area at Main Street and Gilman Street in Speedway.

Generally speaking, it's surprisingly smooth getting into the track -- that said, it always takes longer to leave. But with a few large races each year, Indianapolis and its police force have it down to a science and do a very good job.

By the way, families attending the Brickyard 400 Race Day on Sunday, July 25 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway can enjoy a special new area filled with attractions for children.

The Family Fun Area, located near the Family Viewing Mounds adjacent to Turn 2 in the IMS infield, will feature inflatable bouncers, face painters, several interactive displays geared toward children and more. The area will be open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and is free.

General admission tickets will be available for Brickyard 400 Race Day – at a value price of just $40 each – for the first time at this year’s event. Any number of children 12 and under accompanied by at least one adult holding a general admission ticket will be admitted free.

Edited: 15 July 2010, 19:03
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