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December 15, 2014

Tickets for the 2015 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix on Sale Dec. 17

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It’s that time of year again: Time to get your tickets to the FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX at Circuit of The Americas.

Be there as the pinnacle of global motorsports returns to Austin, Texas, on Oct. 23 through 25. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, Dec. 17, beginning at 10 a.m. central.

As in the past three years, the 2015 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX will be one of the final races of the season, when the battle for the world championships reaches its thrilling climax.

Will Lewis Hamilton win for a third time in Austin, or will his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg get the better of him? Will Sebastian Vettel return to his winning ways with his new team Ferrari? Will somebody else step up?

The best way to find out is to be there in person.

Three-day passes for the 2015 F1 USGP start at $169 and include tickets to Friday’s practice sessions, Saturday’s practice and qualifying sessions and Sunday’s grand prix.

This year, Circuit of The Americas is offering new ways for fans to enjoy all of the action at America’s premier racing circuit, including early-bird parking and ticket bundles, a chance to watch two world-class events for one low price and single-day tickets.

Fans who purchase F1 USGP tickets and parking before Dec. 31 will receive special Early-Bird pricing, which includes GA and Grandstand Bleacher tickets and select parking lots, for an incredible savings of up to 24 percent.

In addition, Circuit of The Americas is excited to announce a limited-time gift bundle — Ho- Ho-Horsepower for the Holidays — which includes one (1) weekend general admission ticket to each of two 2015 motorsports events for a total of $199, a savings of up to 23 percent. That’s two world-class events for one low price, only availableuntil Dec. 31.

For fans who want to choose which day they visit, Circuit of The Americas is offering single-day tickets on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Formula One race weekend starting at only $59.

Check out the video below to relive the experience of the 2014 United States Grand Prix.

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