INDIANAPOLIS — If you watch or listen to the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday and return for the race in 2021, you'll be able to keep your attendance streaks going.
Douglas J. Boles, the president of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, issued a decree Saturday to allow fans to continue their attendance streaks, despite fans not being allowed at Sunday's race because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"So many of our loyal customers have been attending the Indy 500 for decades, and certainly the conditions we have faced this year as a result of COVID-19 are beyond their control," Boles said in a press release. "We wish our fans could be here with us at IMS on Sunday and know they will be here in spirit. We will preserve all attendance streaks, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone back home again for the 105th Indianapolis 500 in 2021."
Fans have until Sept. 1 to renew tickets online, according to the release.
You can read the full decree below: