The 2018 season is officially over.
The 2018 IndyCar season will end in a single weekend in October.
And that means the 2018 Indianapolis 500 will end on the weekend before Thanksgiving, with the last two races being held on Sunday, Oct. 22.
That’s a pretty massive jump from the first weekend, which saw the series begin with three races on the first Saturday of October, which is usually when IndyCar races begin in the fall.
This year, the series has scheduled three of the races to begin on Thanksgiving.
The race schedule has also changed to include two races on Friday, Oct 10 and Friday, October 15, the last three races of the season.
The Indianapolis 500 is the last race in the IndyCar regular season.
The first half of the Indy 500 will begin on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2018, and the second half of it will begin Sunday, Sept 23.
The Indianapolis 500 and the Indy Car race schedule have been kept fairly consistent since the beginning of the series in 2011, but they’re a lot different now.
The season will be split into three parts.
The top two drivers will compete in the Indianapolis 500, the other two will race in two separate series, and then the series will end with the final race on Sunday night.
The top two Indy 500 drivers will finish in the top three, the bottom two will finish fourth, and so on.
The race schedule is similar for the Indy Lights season.
In addition to two races each week, the top two driver of the team will compete on Sunday and the top four drivers will race on Monday.
The IndyCar Series has also made some changes since last year.
The schedule has changed to start with the Indianapolis 600 on Friday in 2021, then the season will run the following week in 2022.
The event will be held on a Saturday night in 2019.
The 2018 Indy 500 and Indy Lights races will both be held at Michigan International Speedway.
The only other major change to the series is that the two races are now split between three different circuits, the Indy 1000 and the Indianapolis 400.
The first half will begin in Indianapolis, with one race at Michigan in 2021 and the next at Texas in 2022, with a final race at Texas the next year.
Indy 500 races will be on Saturday nights in 2019 and on Sunday nights in 2020.
The next two races will not be held in the same city.
The final race will be the first of 2018 in Phoenix, Ariz., and the race will also be held off-road in New Hampshire.
The last two Indy Lights events are on a Sunday night in Indianapolis.
The rest of the race schedule remains the same as it was last year, with only one race on Saturday, Oct 7 and two races next week.
The only major change is that there will be two races in the next two years in 2018 and 2019.
For the 2018 Indy Lights, the race is scheduled to be held Sept. 30 in Phoenix.