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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg race information

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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

IndyCar season opener, 12:30 p.m. March 13

TV: Ch. 28

Course: Downtown streets, 1.8-mile circuit that also includes part of Albert Whitted Airport

Tickets: Call toll-free 1-877-725-8849 or go to gpstpete.com. Three-day packages start at $30 for general admission for ages 12 and under and $55 for general admission adult packages. Three-day paddock and pit pass is $125 for ages 18 and over only. Three-day reserved packages $70-$100 for 12 and under, $105-$135 for adults. Single-day tickets start at $20 on Friday for 12 and under and range up to $100 for adult race-day reserved tickets in upper rows.

Coming Friday: Special coverage previewing the race weekend.

Grand Prix of St. Petersburg race information 03/05/16 [Last modified: Saturday, March 5, 2016 8:35pm]
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