2013 US GRAND PRIX - FORMULA 1 AUSTIN
Date: November 15, 2013
Venue: Circuit of the Americas
Location: Austin, TX
The Circuit of the Americas, a brand new 3.4 mile track that will hold a 120,000 fans, is the site for the newest edition of the United States Grand Prix. The race has not been held since 2007, when it was at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In May of 2010, Formula 1 gave Austin a 10-year contract starting in 2012 and construction began on the first track in the United States to be porpose-built for Formula 1.
The track features 20 turns and an elevation change of 133 feet, and consists of turns inspired by other circuits around the world. The circuit will be run counter-clockwise and the first corner is the highest point of the track.
THE U.S. GRAND PRIX EXPERIENCE:
No matter where your ticket is at the Circuit of the Americas, you're sure to have an amazing time and will have every opportunity to expore every inch of the track. There is a 3 mile footpath around the track that is available to all ticketed patrons that will allow you to see every turn. Each zig and zag will bring something to the table at the Circuit of the Americas. Be sure to check out our COTA seating guide to find the perfect spot to take in the rush of excitement at the US Grand Prix.
The facility does not only house the Formula 1 track, as the 1000-acre site will host a private Motorsport Driving Club, a Karting Track, retail center and a museum among many other non race-day facilities and events.
There will be buses taking fans from a downtown location as well as the Travis County Expo Center, as parking will be limited. The Circuit of the Americas also has six helipads, and helicopter transport from downtown Austin to the track will be available. For those that will be driving to the Circuit of the Americas, the following are directions from Cesar Chavez St. and I-35.
Directions to track from downtown Austin:
Take 1st/Cesar Chavez St. east (2.9 miles)
Take ramp onto Airport Blvd. (0.6)
Keep left at fork, follow signs for US 183 S., merge onto 183 S (5.7 miles)
Turn left onto FM812 (4.1 miles)
Arrive at Circuit of the Americas
Parking passes will be available for purchase as well as hospitality and luxury box accomodations.
Recent U.S. Grand Prix Winners:
- 2012 Lewis Hamilton (U.K.)
- 2007 Lewis Hamilton (U.K.)
- 2006 Michael Schumacher (GER)
- 2005 Michael Schumacher (GER)
- 2004 Michael Schumacher (GER)
- 2003 Michael Schumacher (GER)
- 2002 Rubens Barrichello (BRA)
- 2001 Mike Hakkinen (FIN)
- 2000 Michael Schumacher (GER)
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TicketCity stepped it up! There was a mixup on my Fri/Sat Formula 1 Austin tickets, but not only did TicketCity make it right, they upgraded me to some of the best seats on the track! Thanks TicketCity for making my first Formula 1 race an incredible experience!!! November 20, 2012
Great service, useful advice and top seats! Used ticket city to get some USGP tickets and cant speak highly enough of the service and the event. USGP was a great event in glorious sunshine and to cap it off a fellow Brit won! I had great Grandstand seats which were alittle more than I probably wanted to pay but were good value and way cheaper than I had seen elsewhere. Upon collection the TC rep was friendly and helpful - usefully informing where we could get a complimentary park & ride to avoid exorbitant parking costs. All in all a great experience and would gladly do again December 5, 2012
Can't Wait Can't wait for the US Grand Prix to begin! January 24, 2012