Tickets for the 2015 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX
at Circuit of The Americas on sale Wednesday, Dec. 17
Three-day passes for America’s only Formula 1™ race start at just $169
AUSTIN, Texas (Dec. 15, 2014) – Circuit of The Americas (COTA) is excited to announce another exhilarating Formula 1™ race weekend, set for Oct. 23 – 25, 2015. Tickets for the 2015 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX (F1 USGP) will be available for purchase on Wednesday, Dec. 17, beginning at 10 a.m. CT.

Three-day passes for the 2015 F1 USGP start at $169 and include tickets to Friday’spractice sessions, Saturday’s practice and qualifying sessions and Sunday’s grand prix. F1 USGP tickets will be available online at circuitoftheamericas.com or by phone at 512.301.6600 ext. 1.

This year, Circuit of The Americas is offering new ways for fans to enjoy all of the action at America’s premier racing circuit, including early-bird parking and ticket bundles, a chance to watch two world-class events for one low price and single-day tickets.

Fans who purchase F1 USGP tickets and parking before Dec. 31 will receive special Early-Bird pricing, which includes GA and Grandstand Bleacher tickets and select parking lots, for an incredible savings of up to 24 percent.

In addition, Circuit of The Americas is excited to announce a limited-time gift bundle — Ho- Ho-Horsepower for the Holidays — which includes one (1) weekend general admission ticket to each of two 2015 motorsports events for a total of $199, a savings of up to 23 percent. That’s two world-class events for one low price, only availableuntil Dec. 31.

For fans who want to choose which day they visit, Circuit of The Americas is offering single-day tickets on FridaySaturday and Sunday of the Formula One race weekend starting at only $59.

“We’ve created some great opportunities for people to experience the premier motorsports events at Circuit of The Americas in 2015, including the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix,” said Dominic Iacono, COTA’s chief marketing officer. “Race tickets are the perfect holiday gift, whether you’re shopping for yourself or the motorsports fan on your list.”

2015 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX – TICKET PRICES

TICKET TYPE THREE-DAY PASS SINGLE-DAY PASS
Skybox Individual Seat
(Turns 2, 12, 19)
$1,350 N/A
Reserved Premium Seat
(Main Grandstand – Mezzanine or Club)
$1,100 to $1,300 N/A
Reserved Premium Seat
(MGS Lower, East & West, Turns 1,15)
$550 to $700 N/A
Reserved Grandstand Bleachers
(Turn 12)
$399 to $499 Friday: $129
Saturday: $199
Sunday: $299
Reserved Grandstand Bleachers
(Turns 4, 5, 9, 11)
$299 Friday: $79
Saturday: $149
Sunday: $249
General Admission $169 Friday: $59
Saturday: $79
Sunday: $99

HO-HO-HORSEPOWER FOR THE HOLIDAYS GIFT BUNDLES – UNTIL DEC. 31, 2014

ITEM INCLUDED EVENTS TOTAL COST
(1) GA weekend ticket for each event F1 and MotoGP $199
(1) GA weekend ticket for each event F1 and Lone Star Le Mans $199

EARLY-BIRD PRICING UNTIL DEC. 31, 2014

ITEMS INCLUDED EVENTS TOTAL COST PER TICKET
Buy any 2 GA tickets and receive a parking pass for the Park & Ride FREE F1 $129
Buy any 2 Bleacher tickets in T4 or T5 and receive a Lot N parking pass FREE F1 $259

2014 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX VIDEO RECAP
Check out the excitement from the 2014 F1 USGP that took place Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 at Circuit of The Americas.

EVENT DATES

Event Dates
2015 Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas (MotoGP) April 10-12, 2015
Lone Star Le Mans  September 18-19, 2015
2015 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX October 23-35, 2015

SECTION/SEATING INFORMATION
Spectators looking for the best seats will again find them in the Main Grandstand and Turns 1 and 15. Seats in these areas sell out first, and fans are encouraged to purchase these seats now.

Reserved bleacher seats in the Turn 12 grandstand are a fan favorite because of their direct view of the Back Straight, the primary passing area of the track.

The natural elevation of the circuit’s east side gives the reserved bleacher seats at Turns 4, 5, 9 and 11 breath-taking views of the on-track action, including the track’s sweeping “esses.”

Skyboxes allow fans to enjoy semiprivate, covered and elevated grandstands with amazing views of the track.

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