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U.S. Grand Prix is a benchmark of the auto racing season! Talented drivers show audiences what real auto racing is really about in the annual race! Buy your U.S. Grand Prix auto racing tickets now!
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Awesome event if you love REAL racing.
By E from Indianapolis, In on 6/19/2007
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, State of the art cars, The Crowd Loved It
Cons:
Bit of a blowout by Lewis
Best For:
Everyone, New To The Sport

I enjoyed the race very much. The cars are state of the art compared to NASCAR and INDY. A great crowd consisting mostly of foreign nationals (and imported beers). No place like Indy for racing.

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US Grand Prix
By Mike the Bike from Iowa on 7/5/2006
Pros:
High Energy, Stadium Packed, The Crowd Loved It
Best For:
Everyone, New To The Sport

What can I say - well worthwhile experience!

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Great event; support races outstanding
By Scott the Racer from Orange County, CA on 7/4/2006
Pros:
The Crowd Loved It
Best For:
Casual Fans

First GP, great time. Suprised that the support races were more action than the main event.

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I feel the need, the need for speed
By Bernard Saint from Richton Park, Illinois on 7/4/2006
Pros:
Adrenaline pumping, High Energy, The Crowd Loved It
Best For:
Casual Fans, Die-Hard Fans Only, Everyone, New To The Sport

Seeing, feeling, hearing Formula1 cars flying through the tracks is a lot more different from watching it on TV. You'll feel your heart beating faster, adrenaline pumping through your arteries. This has been my childhood dream and I will have that dream come true every year as long as F1 comes to Indy.

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U.S. Grand Prix Auto Racing Tickets

Auto racing has a long and storied history in the United States, and a lot of that can be owed to the U.S. Grand Prix. Run since 1908, this famous race has been a staple of the auto racing season for decades. The event has been held at numerous locations throughout the country, but one thing's for sure - picking up U.S. Grand Prix tickets will provide fans with an exciting time.

The Grand Prix has played a big role in helping popularize Formula One racing in the United States. Though it was held intermittently throughout the first half of the 20th century, it was not until the 1960s that the race began to attract a loyal fan following. With big names like Denny Hulme and Phil Hill leading the way, the yearly tradition was held at Watkins Glen in New York for two decades.

Despite the popularity of the U.S. Grand Prix, the event ran into some troubles throughout the 80s and 90s, but its revival in 2000 helped set the stage for it to come to Austin, Texas in 2012. Thanks in large part to talented drivers such as the 2012 champion Lewis Hamilton, there is once again a future for U.S. Grand Prix races.