INDIANAPOLIS – Tickets sales are now open for the second running of the Driven2SaveLives BC39 powered by NOS Energy Drink, Sept. 4-5 at The Dirt Track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Fans can visit IMS.com at any time, call the IMS Ticket Office at 317-492-6700 or visit the IMS Ticket Office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays to purchase tickets.
The inaugural event featured a capacity crowd despite rainy conditions.
The NOS Energy Drink USAC National Midget Series event will kick off race weekend at IMS for the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard once again, with five consecutive days of action featured at the Racing Capital of the World.
The event will continue to honor late USAC champion and three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Bryan Clauson and increase awareness of and participation in the Indiana Donor Network and Driven2SaveLives.
On Wednesday for practice and heat races, the temporary infield grandstand at The Dirt Track will be available for general admission seating, with prices starting at $25 and increasing closer to the race. Children 15 and under will be admitted for free when accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
On Thursday, Sept. 5 for qualifying and the BC39 feature race, the temporary infield grandstand adjacent to The Dirt Track at IMS will be sold as reserved seats, with prices ranging from $35-$60. Availability is limited and prices will increase closer to the race, so fans are encouraged to buy early to get the best seats at the best prices.
Fans can get even closer to the action by purchasing a pit pass for one or both days. Pit passes start at $20 per day, increasing to $25 per day at the gate. Pit Pass holders must also have a general admission or reserved seat ticket.
Two-time USAC National Champion Brady Bacon won the 39-lap feature race at the inaugural Driven2SaveLives BC39 powered by NOS Energy Drink last year, earning the richest purse in recent midget racing history.
The inaugural event opened with a dazzling victory by 15-year-old Indiana native Zeb Wise, a protégé of Clauson, under the lights in the Stoops Pursuit race.
Dirt and asphalt racers from around the country competed in the inaugural event at IMS, with an all-time record entry of 118 USAC national midgets. The field included NASCAR stars Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Christopher Bell, IndyCar Series driver Conor Daly and eight former USAC national midget champions.