With qualifying in the books, all that will be left on Nov. 2 is crowning a winner at the 2014 US Grand Prix. Held at the state-of-the-art Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas, since 2012, the race is the only one of its kind taking place domestically and represents one of the final Formula One World Championship events of the year. Reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel will enter the weekend as the defending champ for the Austin Grand Prix.
Circuit of The Americas Seating Information
For the final day of the US Grand Prix, seating at the Circuit of The Americas will be available in a variety of areas around the track. Those interested in purchasing reserved seating can check out availability in the Main Grandstand (located near the start/finish line and Turn 1), which itself is broken down by Lower, Mezzanine, Club, Loge Levels, and Trackside Levels. Additionally, reserved areas also can be found by Turns 1 and 15. On the flip side, General Admission Berm Seating is located at Turns 1, 11, and 18.
Circuit of The Americas General Information
The usual array of prohibited items will be in effect at the Circuit of The Americas on Nov. 2, and includes such things as coolers, outside food and drink (except for factory-sealed plastic water bottles), alcohol, bikes, skateboards, segways, large umbrellas, video and audio recording devices, and non-collapsible chairs. On the flip side, permitted items include blankets, small umbrellas, personal cameras, binoculars, strollers, sunscreen, and collapsible chairs. All guests are subject to search upon entry.
Circuit of The Americas Parking Information
COTA parking is available in numerous areas across the exterior of the venue, including Lots A-H, K-N, Q, and T. Parking passes may be available for purchase on this page in advance of the race, and will display the corresponding lot letter.
Circuit of The Americas Gate Times
There is no standard gate opening time for Circuit of The Americas events, so check with venue staff closer to race day for updates.