Tickets for the 2023 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas are on sale now. The race is scheduled to take place on October 20-22.
Formula 1 will return to Circuit of The Americas for the United States Grand Prix in 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.The Texas venue celebrated ten years on the schedule in 2022 with a record-breaking weekend attendance of 440,000. Not only was it the best attended race in COTA’s history, it also made the United States Grand Prix the best attended race of the season for a second year running.
Tickets are expected to sell out quickly once again for the 2023 United States Grand Prix, with organisers eyeing an overall attendance of close to 500,000.
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 for the 2023 United States Grand Prix are priced at $550, 3-day tickets in the Main Grandstand on the pit straight are priced at $1,170. The cheapest grandstand seats, priced at $570, can be found in the lower level of the Turn 9 Grandstand.
Single day tickets are not currently available. The circuit usually makes these tickets available at a later date, provided that the 3-day tickets do not sell out. You can learn more about the best viewing areas at Circuit of The Americas in our detailed guide to buying tickets for the 2023 United States Grand Prix.
2023 United States Grand Prix ticket packages
If you’re looking for a premium experience at the 2023 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, these options will ensure a memorable Texas trip!
Entertainment on and off track at the 2023 United States Grand Prix
Circuit of The Americas is 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. In 2022, Ed Sheeran and Green Day were the headline acts. Headliners for 2023 have not yet been announced. On track, the three days of Formula 1 action is supported by races from junior categories. 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.
Las Vegas joins the calendar in 2023
Circuit of The Americas recently secured a longer term future on the F1 calendar, extending its contract through to 2026. In 2022, the United States Grand Prix was complemented on the calendar by a second stateside race: the Miami Grand Prix. The inaugural running of the event near Hard Rock Stadium was a success and had no impact on ticket sales for the United States Grand Prix.
In 2023, a further stateside race will take place, with the highly anticipated Las Vegas Grand Prix being run for the first time on a new street circuit which incorporates the famous Las Vegas Strip. The first phase of tickets for the all-new Saturday night race unsurprisingly sold out very quickly.