Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama is an automobile race in the highest category in American Championship Car Racing. It is in the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, discharged Alabama, United States. It was first held in 2010 in the IndyCar Series instead.


On the track, Barber Motorsports Park test driving the IndyCar Series held for the first time found in 2007. From 2009 to 2011, the pre-season of the IndyCar Series took place here. For the 2010 season, the race was added to the race calendar, as a substitute for the Detroit Indy Grand Prix was sought.

The race was a commercial risk, as the Talladega Super Speedway, a track where the NASCAR Sprint Cup competes, not 50 km away from the track. However, the first two races were a success and the stands were full. At the first race all the campsites were booked in the area. In 2011, 49,000 spectators for the race.


The race was only at its first meeting Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Presented by Legacy Credit Union. Since 2011, Honda appears as the title sponsor of the race and gave the event its current name.