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United States Grand Prix tickets now on sale

Apr 4, 2014, 2:15 PM EDT

F1 US Grand Prix Auto Racing AP

Three-day passes for the 2014 Formula One United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas are now on sale.

Single-day passes for the Oct. 31-Nov. 2 event will go on sale later this summer.

Prices for the three-day passes start at $169 and include tickets for Friday’s practice sessions, Saturday’s practice and qualifying sessions, and Sunday’s Grand Prix main event.

They can be purchased online at and, and by phone at 800-745-3000.

Here’s how the three-day pass prices breakdown:

  • General Admission – $169
  • Reserved Grandstand Bleachers (Turns 3, 4, 5, 9, and 11) – $299
  • Reserved Grandstand Bleachers (Turn 12) – $499
  • Reserved Premium Seats (Main Grandstand Lower, East, and West, Turns 1 and 15) – $550 to $675
  • Reserved Premium Seats (Main Grandstand Mezzanine or Club Level) – $1,000 to $1,200

COTA also has a hotel booking site available for fans that want to make their travel plans early at

“We look forward to welcoming Formula 1 fans from around the world back to Austin, Texas, for another incredible weekend of world-class racing and entertainment served up Texas-style,” said COTA president/CEO Jason Dial in a statement. “Just two races into the new season, and we’re already seeing the significant impact the new car designs and engines are having on the competition.

“You really can’t take anything for granted this season. That means the F1 USGP will be another must-attend race for diehard fans, eager to see how the new cars take to our demanding track in Austin.”

In addition to the on-track action, fans will be surrounded by myriad entertainment opportunities – both on the COTA grounds (autograph sessions, enhanced fan hospitality, and a post-race track invasion and concert at the nearby Austin360 Amphitheater) and in downtown Austin, with the sprawling Austin Fan Fest street party.

“The Formula 1 United States Grand Prix is one of the biggest sports parties of the year, and we’re eager to show our members and guests another fantastic time this fall,” Dial added.

  1. exsane - Apr 4, 2014 at 3:15 PM

    Wow.. Crazy prices if you ask me. They want to boost the popularity of f1 in the states, but if you want good seats you need lot of money..

    • crunge4461 - Apr 4, 2014 at 10:23 PM

      It is way too expensive. What they don’t tell you is that you have to pay $50 to park the car on Friday, $100 to park on Saturday and $100 to park on Sunday race day…it is $250 to park for the weekend.

    • crunge4461 - Apr 4, 2014 at 10:27 PM

      In 2007 I did the U.S. Gp in Indianapolis, me and my buddy did the whole weekend with great seats and camping right outside the track for $150. Go to Austin, and it is $250 to park, $300 for seats and wait till you see the hotel costs…the cheapest is $300 a night….for an average American who works hard and enjoys F1 I was at first really excited by the Austin Gp and then when I saw this cost I was very disappointed. I do not care if the race is a success or failure, no Gp is worth a $1000. For that much I better be hanging out with Alonso.

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