IndyCar signs multiyear extension to keep coming to Road America

Road America

Road America will remain on the IndyCar schedule for years to come.

IndyCar and Road America announced in advance of Sunday’s race that they had agreed to a multiyear extension that will keep IndyCar coming to the sprawling 14-turn, 1.014-mile course that sits on 640 acres and bills itself as "America’s National Park of Speed."

The IndyCar series has held races at Road America from 1982-2004, 2006-07 and every year since 2016.

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"Road America is a magnificent facility and great partner to IndyCar," IndyCar President Jay Frye said in a statement. "With its rich history, iconic layout and packed grandstands and campgrounds, it remains a favorite for our drivers and teams."