IndyCar Confirms Music City Grand Prix Set For 2021
The Music City Grand Prix announced that the newest NTT IndyCar Series race will debut Aug. 6-8, 2021, in Nashville, Tennessee. The three-day international festival of speed and sound will be staged on a temporary grand prix circuit in downtown Nashville and around the Nissan Stadium campus.
The event will feature live music performances, chef-curated food experiences, and entertainment that centers on speed.
“The Tennessee Titans and Nissan Stadium are excited to partner with the Music City Grand Prix to bring the NTT IndyCar Series to Nashville and the stadium campus,” said Burke Nihill, president and CEO of the Tennessee Titans. “This is in keeping with our organizational goal of making our city, this venue and our organization as versatile and as busy as possible.”
Nissan Stadium will serve as the paddock for the race, with a 2.17-mile temporary track set across the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge into downtown Nashville and back.
The first street course added to INDYCAR since 2013, it features 11 turns and plenty of straightaways for drivers to pass.
For more information, visit indycar.com.