- Single- or multi-day pass to the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix
- Where: Circuit of the Americas
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- Tickets will be emailed.
- Schedule: practices and qualifying rounds run throughout the weekend; click here for the itinerary.
- Door time: two hours before the race or first practice session
- $45 for one ticket for lower grandstand seating at Turn 15 on Friday, October 23 ($110 value)
- $55 for one ticket for main grandstand seating on Friday, October 23 ($125 value)
- $105 for one ticket for lower grandstand seating at Turn 15 on Saturday, October 24 ($165 value)
- $120 for one ticket for main grandstand seating on Saturday, October 24 ($187.50 value)
- $140 for one two-day pass for lower grandstand seating at Turn 15 on October 23–24 ($275 value)
- $165 for one two-day pass for main grandstand seating on October 23–24 ($500 value)
U.S. Grand Prix
With 19 races in 19 countries, Formula 1 Racing will make its only U.S. stop this year in Austin at a venue built specifically for F1 racing. On the weekend before Halloween, the howls of a roaring crowd will drown out the howls of ghosts who ate too much candy. In 2014, more than 237,000 fans turned out for the weekend-long event to watch Lewis Hamilton—who currently leads the 2015 standings—emerge as the victor.
This time around, drivers will once again attempt to conquer the 20-turn, counterclockwise track while approaching speeds of up to 200 MPH. They’ll familiarize themselves with the track’s idiosyncrasies and the locations of its crossing guards during three practice sessions spread out between Friday and Saturday, plus a qualifying round on Saturday afternoon. In addition to the action on the track, fans can keep busy at an on-site festival that will feature local food, entertainment, and activities. On Sunday evening, legendary musician Elton John will cap off the weekend with a two-hour, post-race set on the raceway’s new festival lawn.