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Last Updated: 6/29/2023
Version 3 (This version pulls frequencies from the Mid-Ohio Spotter Guide)

When the Spotter’s Guide for the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America is released, this page will be updated!

Hand holding Bearcat BC125AT
Car # Name Frequency
2 Josef Newgarden 464.9250
3 Scott McLaughlin 466.8250
5 Pato O’Ward 469.4375
06 Helio Castroneves 452.8000
6 Felix Rosenqvist 462.7875
7 Alexander Rossi 464.4625
8 Marcus Ericsson 457.0250
9 Scott Dixon 456.6500
10 Alex Palou 467.0375
11 Marcus Armstrong (R) 466.1000
12 Will Power 466.2125
14 Santino Ferrucci 467.0750
15 Graham Rahal 466.9125
18 David Malukas 467.2000
20 Ryan Hunter-Reay 469.1125
21 Rinus VeeKay 469.9250
26 Colton Herta 467.4000
27 Kyle Kirkwood 469.1375
28 Romain Grosjean 469.3000
29 Delvin DeFrancesco 452.8500
30 Jack Harvey 468.2625
45 Christian Lundgaard 466.3125
51 Sting Ray Robb (R) 463.6000
55 Benjamin Pedersen (R) 463.0125
60 Simon Pagenaud 461.0750
77 Callum Ilott 459.6500
78 Agustin Canapino (R) 458.1000

IndyCar Radio: –UNKNOWN–


Download Bearcat “bc125at_ss” Config File
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IndyCar Frequency Guide – Use this guide to setup your scanner for the first time

*NOTICE: If I come across bonus frequencies such as IMS radio network, TV broadcast, safety crews, race control, or even track PA systems, I include them as well. However, it’s important to note that these frequencies are not guaranteed to work and are often updated multiple times between when I first publish them and race day. If you find a frequency that I haven’t included, please let me know! If they don’t work- they may be retired, or they may be backups that weren’t needed. A quiet channel is not “proof” of a frequency no longer in use.