Tickets for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park on April 5-7, 2013, are available for purchase at www.barbermotorsports.com.

Fans can order their tickets and immediately print from the convenience of their home.  

For a limited time, Barber Motorsports Park will reward its fans that purchase early by offering an exclusive discount for general admission tickets and paddock passes. To receive the discount, fans can “like” the Barber Motorsports Park fan page on Facebook for a promo code offering 10 percent off to fans who purchase before Dec.31. 

The first fan to purchase tickets online will receive a framed, autographed poster of defending champion Will Power in Victory Lane at Barber Motorsports Park.

All spectators will enjoy free on-site parking Friday and Saturday of race week. Premium on-site parking for Sunday will be available for purchase.  Complimentary spectator parking for Sunday will be in an off-site location with a shuttle transporting fans directly to the gate.

Tickets start as low as $15 and children 12 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult.  Among the many ticket options available for the 2013 event is a 3-day General Admission ticket for only $75, as well as a three-day paddock pass for $50.  Back by popular demand is the Junior Paddock upgrade ticket, allowing children 12 and under into the paddock to get an up close view of the drivers and team garages.

Spectators can select from a variety of tickets ranging in price from $15 to $425. In addition to tickets, fans can also purchase tent and motorhome camping.  Limited quantities of these options, as well as tickets, are available and fans are encouraged to purchase early as camping sold out last year.

For the second year in a row, the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama was voted “Best Sporting Event” and “Best Annual Event” by the readers of Birmingham Magazine. This unique event brought more than 80,000 fans from 43 states and 3 countries to watch the drivers of the IZOD IndyCar Series compete on the 17 turn, 2.38-mile road course at Barber Motorsports Park.