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What are the F1 Ticket Prices for the United States Grand Prix 2021?

Published 10/17/2021, 10:43 AM EDT

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Formula One will return to Austin, Texas, to hold its 9th consecutive United States Grand Prix this weekend. The sport is returning to the Circuit of The Americas after a hiatus of a year. There was no US GP in 2020 because of Covid-19 restrictions in the country.

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The fans will get a chance in 2021 to witness the fastest cars in the world once again. But because of high demand, most of the tickets at the circuit have been sold out.

No F1 fan in the United States wants to miss the action on the track this season. Unlike past seasons, the interest in the sport has grown because of the Netflix Drive to Survive series and an intense championship battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.


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What are ticket prices for the United States Grand Prix in 2021?

As reported by, the fans have bought the tickets in thousands despite the high prices. The ticket price depends on where you want to watch the race from. There are different categories to the ticket prices too:

Main Grandstand is the most sought-after and expensive place to watch the race. The grandstands are usually in front of the pit lane and are most likely to interact with the drivers. The prices for the main grandstand are:


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Club = $1510
Mezz = $1280
Lower = $810
Trackside = $695

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The other grandstands on Turns 1, 12, 15, and 19 have varied ticket price ranges. The price starts from $320 on the Turn 12 grandstand and goes to $790 on the Turn 1 grandstand.


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The fans who do not want to sit or do not get the chance to sit on these stands can buy a normal ground ticket of $210 to watch the race.

The sport is looking forward to welcoming the fans back to the stands after a period of close-door racing in the 2020 season.

Have you bought your ticket to the US GP? Let us know.


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Devang Chauhan


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Devang Chauhan is an F1 author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication, he has a keen eye for writing engaging and detailed articles on F1. Previously a writer for Sports Social's 'Chase Your Sport' Magazine, Devang has been an ardent follower of the sport for over a decade and has attended two editions of the Indian Grand Prix.
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