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United States Grand Prix Tickets

United States Grand Prix Tickets
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2015 Formula One: United States Grand Prix - 3 Day PassFriday, October 23, 2015 at [time TBA]

Circuit of The Americas
Austin, Texas

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2015 Formula One: United States Grand PrixFriday, October 23, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Circuit of The Americas
Austin, Texas

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2015 Formula One: United States Grand PrixSaturday, October 24, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Circuit of The Americas
Austin, Texas

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2015 Formula One: United States Grand PrixSunday, October 25, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Circuit of The Americas
Austin, Texas

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United States Grand Prix Schedule

The United States Grand Prix, originally known as the American Grand Prize, is a motor sport event that has been run sporadically since its start in 1908. The US Grand Prix, which is currently part of the Formula One World Championship, has had more than forty- two editions and has been held at ten different locations. Considered one of the most exciting motorsport racing events in the world, fans with US Grand Prix tickets will get to see the world’s top drivers competing against one another while reaching speeds of up to 220 mph. The US Grand Prix was previously held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from 2000-2007 before the event took a five year hiatus. The Grand Prix returned to the US in 2012, and the highly anticipated race was held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX, before a crowd of more than 110,000 US Grand Prix ticket holders who watched as Lewis Hamilton beat out his competition to become F1 USA Grand Prix champion.

The Formula One 2014 United States Grand Prix will again be held in Austin with raceday festivities being held over the course of three days. Beginning on November 15th, the United States Grand Prix will open with practice rounds which will continue into the following day. Formula One racing events on the 16th will conclude with qualifying rounds to determine who will race in the final event on the 17th, where competitors will be going head to head to win the Formula One World Championship. F-1 fans are sure to enjoy not only the exciting races but also the live entertainment and thrilling performances by nationally-recognized artists that will make the three-day United States Grand Prix a truly unforgettable experience so don't pass up a chance for tickets.

The United States Grand Prix has been a time honored tradition since 1908 in the world of motor sports. Appearing first in 1908 as the Savannah Automobile Club sponsored American Grand Prize, the race was held in Georgia on a 25.13 mile stock car course on Thanksgiving Day. The race featured fourteen European drivers and six American drivers with the competition coming down to a three-way battle between three European racers, with Louis Wagner being the ultimate victor by a margin of 56 seconds. After the 1908 race, the US Grand Prix event for the following year was scheduled to occur on Long Island but due to complications such as accidents and fan deaths at other similar races such as the Vanderbilt Cup, the race was postponed until 1911, where it was held again in Georgia. In 1912, Milwaukee, Wisconsin became the new location for the Grand Prix, where a narrow 7.88 mile course was set up. However, this event ended in tragedy, when competitor David Bruce-Brown was killed during an event practice ending any chance of the US Grand Prix race returning to Milwaukee for a second year. The race was then held on various tracks throughout California from 1914 until 1916 and tickets for the event were popular on the west coast. In 1916 the Grand Prize was discontinued due to a lack of European participation because of World War I. Between 1923 and 1936, the Grand Prize Trophy was awarded to the winner of the Indianapolis 500 due to it being run to Grand Prix regulations and having a connection to European Racing. For most of the 1950s, the race was included in the World Championship and then in 1958, the race moved to the USAC Road Racing Championship where it was officially billed as the "United States Grand Prix." In 1976, Formula One picked up the event and from then on the event was held on and off in a variety of locations including Long Beach, California, Phoenix, Arizona, Indianapolis, Indiana and ultimately Austin, Texas where it is contracted to be held for the 2014 season and beyond. Don’t miss your chance to catch all of the thrilling action of this event and get your tickets for the US Grand Prix today!

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