USGP Parking Passes at COTA
Parking passes are available to buy for the 2024 US Grand Prix at COTA. There are a 10+ official parking lots at COTA, and then other people offering unofficial cash lots where you can park on their land and walk to track. Circuit of the Americas lots include Lot A, Lot B, Lot C, Lot D, Lot F, Lot H, Lot L, Lot M, Lot N, Lot T and Lot Z. There are some Circuit of Americas parking lots that are paved and some that are parking on a grass field. Most will require a short walk to the track, but the best lots put you right outside the gates. Parking passes in those premium parking lots at COTA are often priced high by the seller because there are typically very few premium parking passes available for sale. Are US Grand Prix parking passes expensive? Yes, they certainly can be pricey with high priced parking passes at COTA selling for upwards of $500 per pass.
The demand for US Grand Prix parking passes is due to the popularity of the race, and the isolated locatiou of COTA which is miles outside of downtown Austin. Over 120,000 fans will be attending the races at COTA and each of those folks has to have a way to get to the track. The track is located a few miles Southeast from Austin's urban core in a rural area out by the 130 Toll Road. There are no public bus lines or trains that go to the track, although there are shuttle buses. There are also ride share options, but many fans attending the USGP have waited in extremely long lines trying to secure a ride share after the race. To avoid that potentially painful wait or having to pack on to a crowded shuttle bus, many fans instead choose to purchase their own parking pass. Pre-purchasing a COTA parking pass provides peace of mind on race day.
Fans looking to purchase tickets for the US Grand Prix should visit our main USGP page to find those. Parking and tickets must be purchased in separate transactions as they may be coming from different sellers. We offer tickets and parking for all top events, and rest assured that Miami GP parking is just as hot a commodity as the parking passes at COTA.