As of 2015, enthusiasts can view a current Indy Racing League race schedule by visiting the Schedule page on IndyCar.com or the INDYCAR-specific schedule page of ESPN.Go.com. Both IndyCar.com and ESPN Go provide users with access to both current and past IRL race schedules and include the date of the race, venue and any TV stations broadcasting the event. Fans can also use either website to purchase tickets for individual races.
IRL races are held at various venues around the United States and Canada, including the streets of Florida's St. Petersburg, Barber Motorsports Park, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Raceway at Bette Isle Park and through the streets of Toronto. Fans of IRL can also see each individual racing course design on IndyCar.com's schedule page as well as the television channel that it is scheduled to be broadcast on. Additionally, IndyCar.com also contains links to each race's official website.
The Indy Racing League officially adopted INDYCAR as a trade name on Jan. 1, 2011. The organization is in charge of sanctioning Championship auto racing events and covers four series, which are the Pro Mazda Championship, Indy Lights, U.S. F2000 National Championship and the IndyCar Series. The Indy Racing League was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.