Experience three days of high-octane excitement during the 2014 US Grand Prix, set to take place a bit earlier in 2014, from Oct. 31-Nov. 2 at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. The event annually serves as one of the last Formula 1 races of the year, and is one of only two F1 events held in North America.
Circuit of The Americas Seating Information
The Circuit of the Americas offers a variety of seating options for F1 Austin, including the Grass Berm for General Admission, Grandstand seating available trackside or at the lower level. You also can find seats at each track turn. A purchase of a three-day pass will ensure the same seats for each day of the US Grand Prix. Use the interactive venue seating chart on this page for the precise layout of the track and seating areas.
Circuit of The Americas General Information
All persons and bags, purses and backpacks are subject to search throughout the weekend. Items such as blankets, small umbrellas, strollers, collapsible chairs, personal cameras and binoculars are generally permitted, while alcoholic beverages, bags larger than 12 x 12 x 20 inches, coolers, large umbrellas, non-collapsible chairs, tents, and canopies are strictly prohibited. Smoking is allowed in authorized areas only.
Circuit of The Americas Parking Information
A number of on-site parking lots around the Circuit of The Americas are available to visitors for car, motorcycle, and RV parking. Camping is available adjacent to Lot N. Guest drop-off/pick-up must be done in the taxi lane located across from Lot B.
Circuit of The Americas Gate Times
General admission gates usually open one hour prior to practice times on Friday and Saturday, but Sunday's entry will be determined during the course of the weekend.