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Circuit of the Americas added two new grandstands

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Recently boost the US Grand Prix tickets sales and the Circuit of the Americas organizers now announced that they will build two new grandstands for upcoming inaugural race on November.

The first week of this month three-day reserved grandstand seats and general entrance tickets for the opening US Grand Prix race sold out and were rapidly snapped up by followers pleased in Formula 1 come back to United States.

The new two grand stands will be built in Turn 9 and Turn 11 West of the Circuit of the Americas track.

“We continue to be amazed by worldwide fan interest in our inaugural Formula 12 event and have listened to our customers’ requests for additional reserved seating options,” said COTA’s Vice President of Public and Community Relations Julie Loignon.

“Within one week, we sold out the reserved seating sections located at Turns 2, 3, 4, 5, 12 and Turn 11 East.

“Our seating plan offers us the flexibility to make adjustments based on customer demand, and we are pleased to offer additional grandstand seating in areas that offer great views of the action.”


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