Tickets for the 2021 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas are on sale now. The race is scheduled to take place on October 22-24.
Formula 1 will return to Circuit of The Americas for the United States Grand Prix this October – and tickets are now on sale. If you’re looking to buy tickets for this year’s Texas race, you’ll need to act fast, as there is considerable interest.
Circuit of The Americas has been a popular addition to the F1 calendar since joining in 2012. This year marks the ninth running of the United States Grand Prix at the track. The 2020 United States Grand Prix was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it is currently planned for the 2021 event to run with attendance at full capacity.
Though a relatively new build, the circuit takes inspiration from other iconic venues – and its elevation changes offer brilliant views for fans across the circuit. While 3-day General Admission tickets are priced at $210, new viewing areas for the 2021 race – namely the Turn 18 bleachers and Turn 19 grandstand – offer even more viewing options. Click here for advice on the best viewing areas around the circuit.
If you’re looking for a premium experience at the 2021 United States Grand Prix, consider ticket packages from F1 Experiences. With a wide range of experiences available, from premium grandstand seats to driver meet and greet experiences and hospitality in the Champions Club and Paddock Club, these options will ensure a memorable Texas trip!
With the circuit located close to Austin – a city famed for its live music scene, BBQ food and thriving nightlife – you can be certain of an action packed weekend, both on track and off. In recent years, COTA has played host to musical megastars such as Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and Britney Spears, with the nightly concerts becoming a highlight of the Grand Prix weekend. On track, the three days of Formula 1 action is supported by races from junior categories which, for the first time, will include W Series in 2021. You can read more about the trackside experience at COTA here.
Formula 1 has enjoyed a surge in popularity in the United States in recent years. A TV deal with ESPN has made the sport more accessible to fans, while Netflix’s Drive to Survive has captured the imagination of a more mainstream audience. Earlier this month, it was announced that the United States Grand Prix will be complemented on the calendar by a second stateside race from 2022: the Miami Grand Prix.