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Old 04-02-2018, 1:22 PM
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Default 2018 IndyCar Series Frequencies

Iím going to an IndyCar race in Phoenix this coming weekend. I am looking for a good source for current IndyCar driver frequency information. I usually stop by one of the race radio vendors when I get to the track to get a current frequency list, but I would like to program in advance to not spend as much time programming at the track.

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Thanks again for your help with my Scottsdale programming questions! Here's what I have for the IndyCar race at Road America from June of 2016... that should be a start. Sorry for the image quality... tried to upload an archive but it was too big.

And this is from 2017 at Alabama... http://digbza2f4g9qo.cloudfront.net/...0170418T203542
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Here you go:
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Spotters Guide with frequencies for each race is posted on Indycar.com. Look for the red bar in the upper right, click on the "Show Race +" and open the Spotters Guide.
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Spotters Guide with frequencies for each race is posted on Indycar.com. Look for the red bar in the upper right, click on the "Show Race +" and open the Spotters Guide.
I'm not an Indy Car fan, but that's pretty cool of them to do that.
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That is very cool! Thanks LenSatic and Harold! NASCAR needs to do this!
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That is very cool! Thanks LenSatic and Harold! NASCAR needs to do this!
No problem! My son has just returned from deployment and is coming for the race for his birthday. He gave me the freqs. Enjoy!
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Things are Getting So Hush Hush in Nascar its Sickning and im a Nascar & Indy Car Fan
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Now that we have the drivers nailed down, how about Officials, Race Control, or other interesting frequencies?

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no users or CTCSS codes but should help for Indy.
One of my clients is on 452.3375 about 1.5 miles from the track so the IMS might change that one.
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