(WXYZ) — Organizers behind the 2021 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear are letting fans know they are preparing to put tickets on sale for the back-to-back race weekends in the coming weeks.
In an email to fans and previous ticketholders, organizers laid out the steps for the ticket process for the race weekends.
While a date hasn't been set yet for tickets to go on sale, they are hopeful that they will go on sale in the next few weeks.
First, all 2020 Grand Prix ticketholders who decided to roll their tickets to the 2021 race will get an email confirming their order for this year's event. Those fans will get a PDF with ticket details.
Next, all 2019 and 2020 ticketholders will get an email with a direct link to buy tickets on a first-come, first-serve basis to the race. It will be a priority purchase period with 2020 ticket pricing. Those who have 2021 tickets will also be able to buy additional tickets or days.
After that happens, tickets for the 2021 race weekends will go on sale to everyone and 2021 pricing will go into effect.
The Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix is taking place on back-to-back weekends this year on Belle Isle. The IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Series will race on June 5, with the NTT IndyCar Series and Indy Lights series racing the weekend of June 12-13.
Fans still have the opportunity to sign up for an early presale opportunity for 2021. You can do that by visiting detroitgp.com/tickets.