Dallara Indycar Factory2 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1201 N Main St, Speedway, IN 46224, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3172437171
- Tags: Family And Kids
The Dallara Indycar Factory situated just about 1/3 of a mile southwest of the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the ideal destination for racing enthusiasts. The Factory offers the chance to the visitors to explore 23,000 square feet of interactive and hands-on exhibits centered around the technology and engineering of the fastest sport in the world. You would get the opportunity to walk through a tunnel which is filled with their latest IndyCar's blueprints. You could also relax in their theatre where you can get to know more about Gian Paolo Dallara and Dallara Automobili. While you are there, don’t forget to experience what it is actually like to race at the popular 2.5mile oval while sitting behind the wheel of an Indycar.
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- Bus 10 to stop - 10th St - 4600 W
Dallara Indycar Factory Reviews & Ratings
Don't waste your money. Boy (with glasses) working (I use working lightly) was lazy. He was slouched back in a seat behind the desk playing on his phone. Said he would turn on the film in the theatre and never did. Simulators were not working (not even plugged in).
I was able to ride in an indy car - an exhilarating experience. Staff were friendly and helpful.
An amazing place even if you're not any IndyCar fan
Great venue, friendly staff, super fun!
We visited in November of 2013. I am an Indycar and open-wheel racing fan and enjoyed the experience. The museum portion is decent enough, but a bit less interesting and comprehensive than I was expecting. However, my partner and I received a personal tour of the factory/warehouse area since there were few visitors at the time. That tours was fantastic and well worth the full price of admission. We got tickets on Groupon, which included photos in a car on a green screen which made it look like it was on the front-stretch at IMS and the tickets were discounted, so this was a great bargain.