Roger Penske (left) and Wayne Rainey (right): two icons of American racing.

MotoAmerica’s Superbikes at The Brickyard race event starts on Friday and runs through Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Racing Capital of the World.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is providing a MotoAmerica spectator zone in the Turn 1 grandstands during all three days of the event, which offers really good sightlines of the road course. Unfortunately, fans will not be permitted into any section of the IMS infield, VIP areas or the MotoAmerica paddock, and all fan activities have been eliminated. However, Indy has recently made a whole host of improvements, including more than 30 new LED video display boards, refreshed concession stands and restrooms, and 5G wireless connectivity throughout the facility.

To welcome spectators to the event, here’s what two of America’s most famous racing personalities had to say:

“Motorcycle racing is a big part of the heritage of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway dating back to 1909, and we are pleased to welcome the MotoAmerica Series back to Indy for this weekend’s Superbikes at The Brickyard event. We’re looking forward to watching the stars of MotoAmerica competing on the Indy road course.”

Roger Penske

Owner, Penske Corporation, which owns Indianapolis Motor Speedway


“Indy was one of the first events that we put on the schedule when we started MotoAmerica, and racing at the iconic Brickyard in 2015 was one of the highlights of our inaugural season. We’re even more excited to return to Indy this year for our Superbikes at The Brickyard event because we’ll have all of our race classes competing this time around. And, despite the pandemic, we’re able to have a limited number of fans in attendance on all three days. We can’t wait for the racing to begin this weekend.”

Wayne Rainey

President, MotoAmerica