Sunday, May 28, is the day for the running of the 2023 Indy 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Race fans will be looking for tickets to the event through Immortal Seats, along with those all-important parking passes that mean you don’t have to leave your car miles from the track as the throngs of spectators pour in. Even bigger race fans will also look to score tickets to Fast Friday – Friday, May 19 – and the vital qualifying session on Saturday, May 20.
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There are a number of storylines entering the race, but perhaps the biggest is the retirement of Tony Kannan. Kanaan is an Indy 500 legend after winning the race in 2013 – and the entire series in 2004 – and he is a driver that has a personality that fans love, and he will be sorely missed on the circuit as he plans to retire immediately after this race. That news alone should be enough for fans of the series to get out to The Brickyard to watch Kanaan go all out one last time to retire as a two-time winner of the greatest race in all of motorsport.
Kanaan’s announcement has overshadowed retiring race winner Marcus Ericsson as he aims to defend his Indy 500 crown for 2022. Ericsson – who drives for the powerful Chip Ganassi Racing stable – will try to be the one drinking the milk for the second straight year. Get your tickets with no fees at Immortal Seats to see if he achieves that goal.