Formula One United States Grand Prix

Posted January 29, 2015 BLOG-F1-USA

As the first purpose built track in the US for Formula One®, the Circuit of the Americas brings an arena of exhilaration to the F1® calendar. As one of the last races of the season, winning in this race could make the difference to who wins the drivers championship. So from the moment the race starts and the drivers power up the signature climb into the first turn, you can be guaranteed excitement and action.

From the luxury of the Paddock Club balcony, which directly overlooks the pit lane, you'll be front row when it comes to hearing the roar of the engines on the starting line. You may even find yourself mingling with true racing royalty, such as Mario Andretti, the only driver in history to win the Formula One® World Championship, Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500.

Formula One Paddock Club™ Benefits

- Exclusive access to the Formula One Paddock Club™
- A reserved grandstand seat for optimal viewing
- Exclusive VIP access to the pit area with scheduled pit lane walks
- Morning tea and pastries
- Gourmet luncheon with fine wines
- Open bar with Mumm champagne
- Official programme and a pair of ear plugs
- Entertainment

However, it's not just about the race. With our knowledge, experience and contacts within the F1® world, we will ensure that your team get the VIP treatment from the moment they leave home, including the best hotels, charter aircraft, luxury yachts, helicopter transfers, guest speakers, backstage tours and access to the most sought after parties.

**Prices for Formula One Paddock Club™ tickets start at GBP3,000.00**

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