Win a Ride in an IndyCar with Fastest Seat in Sports Sweepstakes
Want to win a ride in an IndyCar® at the start of a race with a former champion like Mario Andretti? How about two free passes to an IndyCar race, three-day/two-night hotel accommodations, round-trip airfare for two, and a $250 American Express gift card? Yeah, we thought so. Then you’ll probably want to throw your name into the Fastest Seat in Sports sweepstakes.
“Honda is leveraging one of the most exciting opportunities in all of sports fandom—the opportunity to win a ride in the Honda two-seat Indy Car driven by Andretti—to broaden awareness of this incredible sweepstakes,” said Susie Rossick, Senior Manager at American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Entering the contest is easy enough: you need only visit the Fastest Seat in Sports sweepstakes page and submit an entry form. You can then earn additional entries by visiting Honda’s website and building a Honda, comparing vehicles, finding a dealer, and requesting a quote.
Ten grand prize winners will win the aforementioned prize package through the August 6 deadline. Each drawing occurs prior to the race for which tickets are granted; one winner has already reaped the rewards at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis (where Honda achieved victory), and two more await their dates with destiny at the Indy Dual in Detroit Raceway at Belle Isle Park (May 31) and Firestone 600 (June 7).
Seven grand prize packages are still up for grabs, and the next drawing will occur on June 5 for passes to Pocono. Attendees at this weekend’s Indy Dual can also enter the drawing pool at the Honda display in Fan Village, as can attendees at the Grand Prix of Houston (June 27-29), Pocono INDYCAR 500 (July 5-6), and Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio (August 1-3).
See the Fastest Seat in Sports sweepstakes rules page for more details.
The News Wheel is a digital auto magazine providing readers with a fresh perspective on the latest car news. We’re located in the heart of America (Dayton, Ohio) and our goal is to deliver an entertaining and informative perspective on what’s trending in the automotive world. See more articles from The News Wheel.