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Tickets for Austin 2025

TicketWorld Online offers you the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the excitement of Formula 1 at the iconic Circuit of the Americas in the United States. Experience the thrill as the world’s top drivers tackle the twists and turns of this legendary track.

This circuit is one of the most renowned and thrilling tracks on the planet. Its mixed design provides a unique combination of high-speed sections and technical corners, challenging the skill of the drivers. Additionally, changes in elevation add additional challenges and excitement to the races, creating an unparalleled setting for fans.

Don’t miss the chance to witness the race in person and be part of Formula 1 history. Enjoy an electrifying atmosphere surrounded by fellow enthusiasts as the US Grand Prix unfolds.

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  • Race viewing over the team garages located on the main straight
  • Exciting pitlane Aramco F1 walk
  • Highlighted appearances by F1 drivers and ambassadors
  • Worldwide and local cuisine with live culinary performances by renowned chefs
  • Premium drink bar with a wide variety, from spirits and champagne to beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • Guided tour on a driver’s parade truck for a guided lap around the track
  • Racing simulators, live music, and local cultural experiences
  • Large screens broadcasting live from the track

Frequent questions

The United States Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit of the Americas, located in Austin, Texas. This circuit provides a unique experience by blending the excitement of Formula 1 racing with the rich culture and diversity of Texas. Austin, with its vibrant music scene and exquisite culinary offerings, adds a distinctive touch to the overall experience, turning the event into an unforgettable one.

  1. Main Grandstand: located on the main straight of the race, it provides spectators with an unparalleled experience during the Grand Prix. From this privileged location, fans have the opportunity to witness the race start and also see the race cars at high speeds.
  2. Turn 1 Grandstand: positioned at the end of the main straight, it allows fans to witness the action up close at the first corner of the circuit, one of the tightest turns that challenges the skill of the drivers.
  3. Turn 2 Grandstand: situated in front of the second corner of the circuit, it offers spectators the chance to closely observe the skill of the drivers as they navigate this turn and accelerate out of it at high speed.
  4. Turn 4 Grandstand: located in front of turns 4 and 5 of the circuit, it provides a privileged view of these turns. Despite being small, they hold great significance as drivers approach them at high speed, making them a crucial area of the circuit.
  5. Turn 9 Grandstand: positioned between turns 9 and 10 of the circuit, it offers spectators a prime location where fans can witness the race cars entering a short straight after turn 9, extending in front of the grandstand. Fans can observe up close how the cars tackle turn 10 as they exit this straight.
  6. Turn 12 Grandstand: positioned at the end of the fastest section of the circuit, it allows spectators to witness the skill of the drivers as they confront a tight corner after a high-speed straight.
  7. Turn 15 Corner Grandstand and Turn 15 Grandstand: these grandstands are strategically positioned to provide spectators with an exciting experience while witnessing a series of significant corners on the circuit. From this vantage point, fans have the opportunity to enjoy the extraordinary skill of the drivers as they navigate these thrilling curves.
  8. Turn 19 Grandstand: positioned on the final straight of the circuit, it provides spectators with an exciting view of the closing moments of each lap. From this privileged location, fans can witness how the drivers tackle turn 19, a crucial bend that prepares them for the final corner of the circuit.

The Circuit of the Americas has a length of approximately 5.513 kilometers.

The number of laps in the United States Grand Prix may vary according to the FIA rules and the season’s calendar. Typically, around 56 to 58 laps are completed during the race at the Circuit of the Americas.

The United States Grand Prix is a Formula 1 race that has been part of the calendar since 1959. The Watkins Glen International circuit, located in Watkins Glen, New York, was the venue for this competition for many years. Subsequently, the United States Grand Prix moved to different locations, including the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, where it is currently held. The diversity of venues and the evolution of the competition over the years have created a fascinating and thrilling history that has captivated Formula 1 fans.

Yes, due to the high speed of Formula 1 cars and the noise generated by the engines, attendees are advised to wear hearing protection, such as earplugs, to safely and comfortably enjoy the event.