From Circuit of the Americas
Circuit of The Americas announced the date when members of the public can purchase three-day reserved grandstand bleacher seats and general admission tickets to the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, scheduled for Nov. 16-18, 2012.
Three-day reserved grandstand bleacher seats and general admission tickets to the highly anticipated event go on sale Sunday, June 10, at 10 a.m. EDT, at www.CircuitofTheAmericas.com/tickets.
Three-day general admission tickets are priced at an affordable $159 per person and allow fans to choose their views of the action from several grassy berms and spacious public areas surrounding the 375-acre facility.
Prices for reserved grandstand bleacher seats depend on location and are detailed in the table that follows:
Seating Areas Three-Day Price Per Person
General Admission $159
Grandstand - Turn 11 $269
Grandstand - Turns 2, 3, 4 and 5 $299
Grandstand - Turn 12 (lower rows) $399
Grandstand - Turn 12 (upper rows) $499
All three-day reserved grandstand bleacher seats and general admission tickets include round-trip shuttle bus transportation from three designated park-and-ride locations in the greater Austin area.
Shuttle bus pick-up/drop-off locations include the corner of 15th Street and Trinity Street in downtown Austin, the Travis County Fair and Expo Center at 7311 Decker Lane, and at a location in southeast Travis County that will be announced this summer.
Race organisers provided a comparison of comparable tickets at various Grands Prix around the world.
2012 Formula 1 Grand Prix Three-Day Grandstand Reserved Seat Pricing Comparison*:
United States $269
*Prices listed are the lowest-priced grandstand seating options for the Grands Prix specified in the table.