DETROIT, Mich. — Tickets for the final Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park go on sale on Jan. 19. The popular summertime festival in the Motor City will host its 22nd event weekend on Belle Isle – June 3-5 – before returning to its original home on the streets of Downtown Detroit in 2023.
Fans will have more viewing options and flexibility as world-class auto racing focuses an international spotlight on Belle Isle. All Grand Prix ticketholders will once again have access to the Fifth Third Bank Paddock throughout the weekend. Known as the “locker room of motorsports,” the paddock provides a unique experience for fans as they watch their favorite drivers and teams working in their garage areas as they compete at the Grand Prix all weekend long.
In addition to being part of the action in the open paddock on Belle Isle, all Grand Prix ticketholders will once again have access to the historic James Scott Memorial Fountain. Belle Isle’s most famous landmark turns 97 years old in 2022 and, thanks to a continued partnership with DTE Energy, the Grand Prix will continue its tradition of getting the fountain flowing to begin race weekend and ensure that it operates throughout the summer for all park visitors to enjoy. Fans can also experience the excitement and celebration at the Fountain following each race at the Autotrader Winner’s Circle – one of the most unique victory podium locations in motorsports. New this year, the Fountain Fan Area will feature an Entertainment Stage with music all weekend long, premium food and beverage options, tailgating games and more, located next to Scott Fountain.
All fans that purchase Grand Prix tickets before Feb. 28 will take advantage of reduced pricing across all viewing options, along with the best seat locations.
Grand Prix attendees will once again enjoy one of the most diverse and exciting lineups in racing competing on the challenging 2.3-mile Belle Isle street circuit. The exotic sports cars of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will race wheel-to-wheel in the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic on June 4. The NTT IndyCar Series will host Round 7 of the season on June 5 in the Chevrolet IndyCar Grand Prix. The rising stars of open-wheel racing will also test their street skills as Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires will host a Detroit doubleheader weekend with races on both Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets for the annual celebration of speed are available www.DetroitGP.com/Tickets or 866-464-PRIX (7749).