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IMS Rolling Out New Crowd Procedures For Sunday's Brickyard 400

Indianapolis Motor Speedway "will introduce new measures for fans" entering Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Brickyard 400 "in order to be better prepared for future Indianapolis 500s." Sunday's race is "expected to draw a crowd less than half the size of the 500s – an estimated 100,000 compared to 240,000 – but track officials want to see if the changes will allow fans to enter the facility quicker." Changes include increasing the number of entrance gates and walk-through lanes, as well as "boosting gate staffing from 350 people to more than 600" (INDIANAPOLIS STAR, 7/23).
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