Tickets for the 2014 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX at Circuit of The Americas™ on sale April 4

AUSTIN, Texas – With the new season of Formula 1™ racing now underway, fans can purchase tickets for the 2014 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX (F1 USGP) at Circuit of The Americas (COTA) on Friday, April 4, beginning at noon CT.Three-day passes for this year’s F1™ event start at $169 and include tickets to Friday’s practice sessions, Saturday’s practice and qualifying sessions and Sunday’s grand prix.  F1 USGP tickets can be purchased online at www.circuitoftheamericas.comwww.ticketmaster.com and via phone at800.745.3000.  Single-day tickets for the Austin grand prix will go on sale this summer.
“We look forward to welcoming Formula 1 fans from around the world back to Austin, Texas, for another incredible weekend of world-class racing and entertainment served up Texas-style,” COTA President and Chief Executive Officer Jason Dial said. “Just two races into the new season, and we’re already seeing the significant impact the new car designs and engines are having on the competition.  You really can’t take anything for granted this season. That means the F1 USGP will be another must-attend race for diehard fans, eager to see how the new cars take to our demanding track in Austin.“The strong interest in our race isn’t limited to long-time F1 enthusiasts. The huge party atmosphere surrounding the on-track action is a big reason why the F1 USGP has proven to be one of the most popular events on the F1 schedule,” Dial continued. “We offer fans a state-of-the-art venue, which was just nominated as 2014’s ‘Sports Facility of the Year.’  Drivers love our 3.4-mile, Grade 1 circuit. We surround our great racing with non-stop activities and entertainment for fans of all ages.  And we make sure the celebration continues in downtown Austin throughout grand prix weekend withAustin Fan Fest, a massive street party that has become a fan favorite. The Formula 1 United States Grand Prix is one of the biggest sports parties of the year, and we’re eager to show our members and guests another fantastic time this fall.”This year’s highlights include a robust schedule of support races, an F1 driver showcase with free autograph and interview sessions, enhanced fan hospitality areas throughout the venue, and a post-race track invasion and concert in the Austin360 Amphitheater. Fans who make their travel plans early will find more affordable hotel rooms available through COTA’s online hotel booking portal,http://circuitoftheamericas.com/bookaroom.

BUY THE BEST SEATS NOW!

At the track, spectators looking for the best seats will again find them in the Main Grandstand and Turns 1 and 15. Seats in these areas sellout first, and fans are encouraged to purchase these seats now while inventory is available.

Reserved bleacher seats in the Turn 12 grandstand, a fan favorite due to its direct view of the Back Straight, which is the primary passing area of the track, are $499 for a three-day pass.

The natural elevation of the circuit’s east side gives the three-day reserved bleacher seats at Turns 3, 4, 5, 9 and 11 breath-taking views of the on-track action, including the track’s sweeping “esses,” and this year are uniformly priced at $299 per person.

2014 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX TICKET PRICES

TICKET TYPE THREE-DAY PASS
General Admission $169
Reserved Grandstand Bleachers (Turns 3, 4, 5, 9, 11) $299
Reserved Grandstand Bleachers (Turn 12) $499
Reserved Premium Seats (MGS Lower, MGS East & West, Turns 1,15) $550 to $675
Reserved Premium Seats (MGS Mezzanine or Club Level) $1,000 to $1,200

 

Malaysia Grand Prix

2014   Malaysia Grand Prix    –  Formula One World Championship

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wins the Malaysia Grand Prix

Mar 30  –  Sepang International Circuit  –  56 laps  –  193 miles

Leaderboard – Final Points Time/Lag Avg. mph
1
Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
25 1:40:25.974 185.441
2
Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
18 +17.313 Sec 184.91
3
Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull
15 +24.534 Sec 184.69
4
Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
12 +35.992 Sec 184.34
5
Nico Hulkenberg – Force India
10 +47.199 Sec 184
6
Jenson Button – McLaren
8
+1:23.691 Sec
182.901
7
Felipe Massa – Williams
6
+1:25.076 Sec
182.86
8
Valtteri Bottas – Williams
4
+1:25.537 Sec
182.846
9
Kevin Magnussen – McLaren
2
182.058
10
Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso
1
181.247
11
Romain Grosjean – Lotus
0
181.181
12
Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
0
181.177
13
Kamui Kobayashi – Caterham
0
179.986
14
Marcus Ericsson – Caterham
0
178.477
15
Max Chilton – Marussia
0
178.473
16
Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull
0
177.053
17
Esteban Gutierrez – Sauber
0
179.176
18
Adrian Sutil – Sauber
0
179.068
19
Jean-Eric Vergne – Toro Rosso
0
171.867
20
Jules Bianchi – Marussia
0
155.044
21
Pastor Maldonado – Lotus
0
172.745
22
Sergio Perez – Force India
0

Australian Grand Prix

2014   Australian Grand Prix    –  Formula One World Championship

Nico Rosberg wins the Australian Grand Prix

Mar 16  –  Albert Park  –  58 laps  –  191 miles
Leaderboard – Final Points Time/Lag Avg. mph
1
Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
25 1:32:58.710 195.058
2
Kevin Magnussen – McLaren
18 +26.777 Sec 194.126
3
Jenson Button – McLaren
15 +30.027 Sec 194.014
4
Fernando Alonso – Ferrari
12 +35.284 Sec 193.832
5
Valtteri Bottas – Williams
10 +47.639 Sec 193.407
6
Nico Hulkenberg – Force India
8
+50.718 Sec
193.301
7
Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
6
+57.675 Sec
193.062
8
Jean-Eric Vergne – Toro Rosso
4
+1:00.441 Sec
192.967
9
Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso
2
+1:03.585 Sec
192.86
10
Sergio Perez – Force India
1
+1:25.916 Sec
192.1
11
Adrian Sutil – Sauber
0
191.357
12
Esteban Gutierrez – Sauber
0
191.148
13
Max Chilton – Marussia
0
187.463
14
Jules Bianchi – Marussia
0
164.917
15
Romain Grosjean – Lotus
0
188.967
16
Pastor Maldonado – Lotus
0
183.506
17
Marcus Ericsson – Caterham
0
181.792
18
Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull
0
167.275
19
Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
0
184.974
20
Felipe Massa – Williams
0
21
Kamui Kobayashi – Caterham
0
22
Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull
0
+24.525 Sec
194.204

Formula One Schedule

Formula One Schedule

# Date Race Winner/Time MDT (*)
1
Mar 16
Australian Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
2
Mar 30
Malaysia Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
3
Apr 6
Bahrain Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
4
Apr 20
Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
5
May 11
Spanish Grand Prix
6:00 AM
6
May 25
Monaco Grand Prix
6:00 AM
7
Jun 8
Canadian Grand Prix
12:00 PM
8
Jun 22
Austrian Grand Prix
6:00 AM
9
Jul 6
British Grand Prix
6:00 AM
10
Jul 20
German Grand Prix
6:00 AM
11
Jul 27
Hungarian Grand Prix
6:00 AM
12
Aug 24
Belgian Grand Prix
6:00 AM
13
Sep 7
Italian Grand Prix
6:00 AM
14
Sep 21
Singapore Grand Prix
6:00 AM
15
Oct 5
Japanese Grand Prix
12:00 AM
16
Oct 12
Russian Grand Prix
5:00 AM
17
Nov 2
United States Grand Prix
1:00 PM
18
Nov 9
Brazilian Grand Prix
9:00 AM
19
Nov 23
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
6:00 AM

Brazil Completes Formula 1 Season

2013 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIXSunday’s season finale in Brazil saw the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship go out on a high, as Sebastian Vettel scored a record ninth consecutive win and Red Bull team mate Mark Webber signed off on his F1 career with a feisty second place. The V8 era was completed with not one driver having picked up an engine-change penalty this year, Marussia took their first top-ten finish in the constructors’ championship, and McLaren became the first team ever to have both cars classified in every round of a season.

The Driver Standing for the end of 2013 ends as follows:

01 Sebastian Vettel 397
02 Fernando Alonso 242
03 Mark Webber 199
04 Lewis Hamilton 189
05 Kimi Räikkönen 183
06 Nico Rosberg 171
07 Romain Grosjean 132
08 Felipe Massa 112
09 Jenson Button 73
10 Nico Hulkenberg 51
11 Sergio Perez 49
12 Paul di Resta 48
13 Adrian Sutil 29
14 Daniel Ricciardo 20
15 Jean-Eric Vergne 13