Fans can purchase tickets for the 2020 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear beginning at 7:00 am ET on Tuesday morning, November 26. The annual motorsports festival on Belle Isle will take place May 29-31, 2020 and the event will wave the green flag on a busy and exciting summer in the Motor City. With single-day seats starting as low as $45, fans will be able to purchase tickets to the Grand Prix online at www.DetroitGP.com/tickets or by calling the ticket hotline at 866-464-PRIX (7749), beginning Tuesday morning.
Ticket prices for the Grand Prix remain the same as 2019 and all ticketholders will once again enjoy premium access to the Raceway at Belle Isle Park venue with the Fifth Third Bank Paddock open to all throughout the weekend. The paddock – known as the “locker room of motorsports" – provides an up close and personal experience for fans as the race teams prepare their cars and welcome interaction in between on-track activity. The open paddock access also provides the opportunity for all fans to enjoy Belle Isle’s iconic landmark, the James Scott Memorial Fountain. The beautiful 94-year-old Scott Fountain will flow for the first time in 2020 on Grand Prix weekend and it will remain active throughout the summer. Scott Fountain will be the place to be all weekend as it will once again host the Autotrader Winner’s Circle, where fans can celebrate with the winning teams and drivers following each Grand Prix race and a new entertainment area adjacent to the Winner’s Circle will be new for 2020.
Fans will once again be able to attend the Grand Prix free of charge on Friday, May 29 during Comerica Bank Free Prix Day. A tradition that began at the very first Detroit Grand Prix in 1982, Free Prix Day allows attendees to experience all of the on-track and off-track activities on Belle Isle without a paid ticket. Single-day tickets for Saturday and Sunday of the Grand Prix weekend start at $45 for General Admission while a two-day General Admission ticket is just $80. Children 12 and under are admitted into the General Admission seating areas free of charge with a ticket-bearing adult; limit two children per adult. Round-trip bus service from the two designated pick-up and drop-off locations in downtown Detroit to Belle Isle Park will once again be included with every Grand Prix ticket.
The 2020 Grand Prix will feature new seating options for fans throughout the Belle Isle venue. Additions include an extension of the Prixmium seating in Grandstand 1 featuring extended leg room and padded seats, along with two new general admission grandstands located in Turn 2 and Turn 8. For more information on the 2020 seating changes, fans can visit www.DetroitGP.com/tickets and click “2020 Venue Seating Update" in the Quick Links along the right hand side.
Single-day Reserved Grandstand tickets start at just $55 for the value-priced Grandstand 3 and $70 for the Cars.com Grandstand 1 and the City of Windsor Grandstand 2. Any fans looking to upgrade their experience at the Grand Prix can purchase passes to the exclusive Belle Isle Club or tickets in the Prixmium Seating section of Grandstand 1.
Located in Turn 8, the Belle Isle Club offers ticketholders the opportunity to enjoy all of the racing action from an exclusive area adjacent to the historic Belle Isle Casino, with closed-circuit TV coverage to see all the action along with food and beverages, with beer and wine provided. Belle Isle Club guests also have access to a private grandstand next to the track within the Club and an option to receive an on-island parking pass offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tickets for the Belle Isle Club start at $200 for a single-day pass and $375 for a two-day experience. The Prixmium Seating section will be located at the top of Grandstand 1, across from pit lane, with great views of the front stretch, start-finish line, pit lane and Turn 1. These seats include a padded seat with additional leg room and are priced at $110 per ticket each day.
Car enthusiasts who want to experience the Grand Prix in style and showcase their own vehicles can purchase tickets to the Michelin Car Corrals. Packages include an exclusive on-island parking pass and a grandstand ticket. Visit www.DetroitGP.com/Corrals to see all of the car corral options for the 2020 Grand Prix.
The Grand Prix will feature a diverse and entertaining racing lineup in 2020 headlined by the return of the only doubleheader weekend on the NTT IndyCar Series schedule – the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit – racing on both Saturday and Sunday on Belle Isle. The exotic sports cars of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will compete in the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic on Saturday afternoon. The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli returns to Detroit for a doubleheader weekend and a NEW series will compete for the first time at the 2.3-mile Belle Isle street circuit in 2020. Details on the new series will be announced Tuesday morning before 7:00 am ET.
In addition to great on-track action, the Grand Prix will continue to offer off-track entertainment for fans of all ages. The Meijer Fan Zone will feature displays and interactive experiences all weekend long. The Grand Prix Party Pit in the Fan Zone will include tailgating games and family fun on Belle Isle. Live music will return to the Entertainment Stage at the Grand Prix, with a full schedule of performances to be announced closer to the 2020 event weekend.
Reigning NTT IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden of Team Penske, who won Saturday’s Chevrolet Dual in Detroit race in 2019, will be in Detroit on Tuesday to help wave the green flag on ticket sales for the 2020 Grand Prix.
Tickets for the 2020 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear can be purchased online at www.DetroitGP.com/Tickets, through the ticket hotline at 866-464-PRIX (7749) or in person at the Grand Prix box office located in the GM Renaissance Center above the GM Wintergarden, 300 Renaissance Center Drive, Suite 2311, in downtown Detroit.