Formula 1 - United States Grand Prix
A motor race that has been held in the U.S. on and off since 1908, when it was known as the American Grand Prize.
The United States Grand Prix is the longest-running, and one of the best known Formula One World Championship events held in the United States, and the only U.S. event to appear on the F1 calendar since 1989. The Circuit of the Americas is a purpose-built, 5.513km track with drastic elevation changes and high-speed corners. It is the tenth American track to feature on the Formula 1 calendar but is currently the only track in the United States being used on the Formula 1 circuit. The event is expected to attract around 120 000 fans who come for the spectacular show and premium hospitality. The hospitality packages offer the opportunity to feel like a royal and watch the show in a trackside suite with the best views. Outdoor live music space, conference centers and other facilities near the track host exciting social and cultural events. If you will be in town for the championship, do not miss a chance to discover Austin, a fascinating city with a buzzing nightlife and delicious cuisine.