Opened in Nov. 2012 as a state-of-the-art racing facility, the Circuit of The Americas was the first U.S. racetrack to be constructed specifically for Formula One racing. One of the venue's most anticipated events of 2014 is the high-energy US Grand Prix. Before you head out to the track, be sure to read through the following information about the Circuit of The Americas in Austin.
US Grand Prix Circuit of The Americas Seating Information
As you shop for US Grand Prix tickets, please be aware that we offer a variety of passes, including three-day passes for those interested in attending practice rounds, single-day passes, and other various packages.
The Circuit of The Americas offers a variety of options for seating as well, such as the general admission areas--highlighted on the map in bright green--which offer open seating at various turns around the racetrack. Additional choices include seating around the track (turns 2-6, 9, 11, and 12) that offers a view from the bleachers. Two turn sections (1 and 15) also offer reserved seating broken into sub-sections. The pit building directly across from the main grandstand may also offer seating for the race. The final section, the main grandstand, is broken into trackside, lower level, loge, mezzanine, and club level seating.
US Grand Prix Circuit of The Americas General Information
For the comfort of other guests, the Circuit of The Americas does not allow any type of balloons, Frisbees, or radios. No coolers, food, or beverage are allowed inside, save for a sealed plastic bottle of water. Any type of recording device will also be turned away at the gate, but personal cameras are permissible. Collapsible chairs and blankets are permitted inside the gates, along with small, hand-held umbrellas and small bags. Small signs related to the event are typically acceptable at the course.
US Grand Prix Circuit of The Americas Parking Information
Parking is available in a variety of lots adjacent to the Circuit of The Americas. To view all parking passes on sale, click the box that says "Parking" located directly above the map of the raceway.
US Grand Prix Circuit of The Americas Gate Times
Gate times vary per event so guests attending the US Grand Prix are advised to check with the venue when the race date nears.
US Grand Prix Circuit of The Americas Accessibility
Austin's Circuit of The Americas is ADA compliant, offering accessible seating for the US Grand Prix in the main grandstand, as well as turns 3, 9, 11W, 12, 15. Accessible parking is also available with shuttles from the lots to the front gates. The venue also offers accessible restrooms in the main grandstand, grand plaza, and at Turn 1, but accessible portable bathrooms will be spread throughout the grounds. To arrange any specific accommodations, contact the venue's guest services department directly.