TICKETS ALMOST SOLD OUT FOR THE 2014 U.S. GRAND PRIX AT CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICAS
Time is running out for people to be a part of the thrilling action and unique experience that is the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas.
With just a week remaining before the race, premium seating in the Main Grandstand and the signature Turn 1 have already sold out, and tickets at other prime spots around the 3.4-mile race track are almost gone.
If you’re looking for the best action on track, it doesn’t get any better than the premium grandstands at Turn 15 and the bleachers at Turn 12. Fans here have some of the best views on track as the cars roar down the back straight at over 200 mph and then brake hard into Turn 12. It was here in 2012 where Lewis Hamilton passed Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel en route to victory at the inaugural grand prix.
If you want to see the raw speed and agility of Formula One, look to bleacher seats at Turns 3, 4, 5 and 9, where the cars dart left and right at more than 140 mph!
And if you want a different experience each day, general admission is also available starting at $139, including race day on Sunday.
But your ticket doesn’t just get you in to see world-class racing. It’s your portal to a festival atmosphere throughout Circuit of The Americas that includes themed bars, interactive games and activities, great food from more than 60 food trucks and a post-race concert by Kid Rock on Sunday. Driver autograph sessions and a track invasion Sunday will also get fans up close to the action.
Tickets are close to selling out, so fans should move quickly to see Formula One’s only stop in the United States.
To get your tickets, visit circuitoftheamericas.com/f1.