GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis – the weekend schedule

The 2021 NTT IndyCar Series’ fifth round of the season is this Saturday on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Here’s the four-day schedule for all the on-track action.

GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis – the weekend schedule

All times local (Eastern)

Thursday, May 13

2.30-3.00pm – USF2000 first practice
3.15-3.45pm – Indy Pro 2000 first practice
4.00-4.45pm – Indy Lights first practice
5.00-5.20pm – USF2000 qualifying

Friday, May 14

8.00-8.20am – Indy Pro 2000 qualifying
8.35-9.05am – Indy Lights qualifying for Race 1
9.30-10.15am – NTT IndyCar Series first practice
10.40-11.20am - USF2000 RACE 1
11.45am-12.35pm – Indy Pro 2000 RACE 1
1.00-1.45pm – NTT IndyCar Series second practice
2.10-3.10pm – Indy Lights RACE 1
3.25-4.05pm – USF2000 RACE 2
4.30-5.45pm – NTT IndyCar Series qualifying

Saturday, May 15

7.50-8.40am – Indy Pro 2000 RACE 2
8.55-9.25am – Indy Lights qualifying for Race 2
9.40-10.20am – USF2000 RACE 3
10.45-11.15am – NTT IndyCar Series warm-up
11.40am-12.30pm – Indy Pro 2000 RACE 3
12.45-1.45pm – Indy Lights RACE 2
2.30pm – NBC broadcast
2.39pm – NTT IndyCar Series “Drivers, start your engines”
2.45pm – Green flag: GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis (85 laps)

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