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Indycar Detroit Grand Prix

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix with mobile Debris Fence protecting a viewing platform at Hart Plaza.

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

Jefferson Avenue during the installation.

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

Mobile debris fence on Jefferson Avenue.

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

IndyCar Series racing on the street circuit built with USmDF350-3.

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

Turn 3 viewing platform protected by US mobile Debris Fence 350-3.

Race circuits & proving grounds - Indycar Detroit Grand Prix 2023

IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.

 

System length

3300 m

 

Year of installation

2023

Initial situation

Thirty years after its first Indy car event, the Detroit Grand Prix has returned to its original home on the streets of Downtown Detroit with a new 1.7-mile or 2.7 km course. The venue includes popular downtown destinations like Hart Plaza, Spirit Plaza and the Detroit Riverwalk.

The event has featured the NTT IndyCar Series, the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge, Indy NXT and the Trans Am Series and general admission for fans free of charge.

Description

Geobrugg was asked to supply its concrete barriers and mobile debris fences, as used in Nashville’s Music City Grand Prix, to cover about half of the track area in Detroit. Our mobile debris fence has enabled fans to enjoy the live action around the street circuit safely, and its easy mobility has ensured minimal disruption on public roads.

Customer

Indycar

Your local contact

Marty Hunt
   

Marty Hunt

Sales Manager Motorsport Solutions

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Geobrugg Partner - Motorsport Logistics & Technology L.L.C.,PO Box 138,IN 46167 USA Pittsboro / United States Sales Manager Motorsport Solutions

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