United States Grand Prix Tickets
Since 1908 the motor race event known as the United States Grand Prix has been held more than 41 times and in nine different locations, making this event one of the most unique in the sport’s history. Throughout the years, the United States Grand Prix has had several names including the American Grand Prize before it became part of the Formula One World Championship. While it found its home for many years at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the race will be moving in the 2012 season to Austin, Texas. Once the United States Grand Prix makes its home in Austin, the race will stay in the southern city for some time, until the ten year contract the race has with the city will expire.
The United States Grand Prix, Austin addition will be held on a brand new purpose built track located on more than 800 acres east of the city. The new track was created to be one of the most challenging and unique in the world. However, since it is a man made course, it also provides a certain element of safety from natural elements, allowing the racers to comfortably hit high speeds that fans from all around the world can love watching.
The November event has been known for hosting some of the most exciting races in history and even with the numerous location changes and years away from the event, this race is known internationally for providing drivers with a true challenge. These challenges not only make the race interesting for drivers but for spectators as well. This is why the United States Grand Prix consistently gets high television ratings and attendance records. As one of the top grand prix events in the world the Untied States based race challenges drivers from all over the country to put their best driving skills to the test.
This is a challenge that many have accepted over the years including drivers like world famous Scuderia Ferrari, who has won the event nine times between 1975 and 2006, even with numerous location changes in between victories. With records like this behind the United States Grand Prix and a history of truly stiff competition, there is no denying that fans of grand prix events must see this event live to appreciate the uniqueness of this American race.