US Grand Prix News - 2013 US Grand Prix Updates
The 2013 U.S. Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americans in Austin will take place November 15-17. It is the last race on the Formula One calendar before the season’s finale in Brazil. The Formula One schedule consists of 19 international races. Next year, the Grand Prix will stop in the United States twice, adding a second American F1 race in New Jersey to be called the Grand Prix of America. Grand Prix of America tickets are expected to be more expensive than this year’s U.S. Grand Prix tickets which are currently averaging $852 for a three-day pass. Prices for Grand Prix tickets
have dropped $154 since last month for an all-weekend pass. The pass includes Friday’s practice sessions (avg. $125), Saturday’s practice and qualifying sessions (avg. $212), and Sunday’s races (avg. $622). Sunday Grand Prix race tickets prices are the only day passes to have seen an increase in average price in the last 30 days.
Premium seating includes reserved seats in the Main Grandstand, Turn 1, and Turn 15. Because they are in such high demand, Grand Prix tickets for reserved sections are pricey ranging between $648-$1373 for an all-weekend pass. Bleacher Grandstand US Grand Prix tickets range from $377-$991 and GA Grand Prix tickets from $198-$260. The average price of Grand Prix all-weekend passes are down from $1296 last year.