Big Machine Music City Grand Prix

Arrow McLaren announced May 25 the addition of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix as an official team partner for the remainder of the 2024 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season.

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown, Arrow McLaren Sporting Director Tony Kanaan and Founding Partner of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix and Big Machine Label Group Founder/CEO Scott Borchetta made the announcement together at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the eve of the 108th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge. With the partnership going into effect immediately, branding will be present on the Arrow McLaren Chevrolets for the Indy 500 on Sunday, May 26.

“We’re excited to bring together some big ideas between our team and Big Machine Music City Grand Prix to make the NTT INDYCAR SERIES season finale a big deal,” Brown said. “I’ve known Scott Borchetta for a long time, and he’s as passionate as I am about bringing the spotlight to INDYCAR, and I think our teams will have a lot of fun working together to make the last race of the season a can’t-miss event for fans.”

The powerful brands of Arrow McLaren & Big Machine are pairing up to amplify promotion of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES season finale on Sept. 13-15 at Nashville Superspeedway. Big Machine Music City Grand Prix will have representation on Pato O’Ward’s No. 5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet and Alexander Rossi’s No. 7 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet for the rest of the season and will be the primary partner for the No. 6 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet for the Hy-Vee Milwaukee Mile 250 doubleheader on Aug. 30-Sept. 1.

“We’ve made a huge commitment to INDYCAR, its fans and the future growth of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix,” Borchetta said. “Today’s announcement, with one of the most recognizable and popular open-wheel racing brands in the world, underscores that commitment. Arrow McLaren will help us amplify the importance of our grand prix on a global scale, highlighting an invitation to spend the NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship weekend in one of the most exciting cities in the world, Nashville, Tennessee.

“After tomorrow’s Indy 500, the conversation becomes all about the championship and who’s going to win the Astor Cup. All roads lead to Nashville as we will crown that champion.”

The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix will feature a weekend of action on and off the track. On track, the action takes place at Nashville Superspeedway, where the INDYCAR SERIES champion will be crowned. Off-track, music’s hitmakers will perform their biggest hits for race fans in the FAN ZONE. Tickets can be purchased here.