We are bringing the magic of the Freedom Factory oval to Indy Raceway Park with Summit Racing Equipment! That’s right, the crown vic fleet is on it’s way and so are your favorite drivers.

Another Freedom filled weekend as you’ll be getting Cleetus & Cars May 14th as a bonus. Hell yeah brother!

Indy 800 & Cleetus & Cars

  • May 14th -15th
  • Indy 800 goes live at 12:30pm EDT on the 15th
  • Cleetus & Cars goes live on May 14th @ 5pm EDT
  • 80 Laps around IRP
  • 18 Nitrous-equipped Crown Vic’s
  • Special features TBD


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The Indy 800 Pay-Per-View Event

Summit Racing is back as our title sponsor for our very first off site race the Indy 800. We are shipping the crown vic fleet to Indianapolis Raceway Park to compete on their historic Oval. 

Tune in right here May 14th and 15th.

Cleetus and Cars Pay-Per-View Event

Last year we packed IRP to the brim. This year they are pouring us a brand new “Cleetus McFarland Burnout Pad” on the outside of the Drag Strip so we can fit more spectators for the craziest burnout spectacle in America! 

The Drivers

The drivers from the Freedom 500 are keeping their cars and entering a series this year. That’s right, the same vics you saw at the Freedom Factory are going to the Indy 800. Giving the drivers some more comfortability and confidence behind the wheel of their machines.

We are still working on a few guest spots we but have at least 3 past champions confirmed. Stay tuned as we fill out the rest of the field.


01 – Whistling Diesel  

3 – LS George

4 – Cleetus McFarland

11 – Nick Sous SXSBlog 

22 – Doug SXSBlog

24 – Kyle Boostedboiz

33 – Brent PFI Speed

38 – Brian Deegan

43 – Jamie PFI Speed

50 – Matt Demolition Ranch

69 – Jackstand Jimmy

70 – Brad DeBertiXX – Parker Teeth and Turbos

77 – Robby Gordon

78 – Kevin KSR

88 – JH Diesel

1776 – Derek VGG

* Drivers list subject to change.

Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

The NHRA purchased the entire facility in 1979. The first major improvement came in 1983 with the construction and dedication of Parks Tower, the four-story drag strip tower. In 1998, new grandstands, suites and a tower complex on the front straightway were completed at the oval track at a cost of nearly $2.5 million, which included the repaving of the entire oval surface as part of a three-phase facility improvement project.