United States Grand Prix

Formula 1’s popularity has boomed in the United States in recent years. Last year’s race at Circuit of The Americas attracted 440,000 spectators. The 2023 United States Grand Prix is set to take place on October 20-22. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Texas!

2019 United States GP: Milestones and Records to Beat

The 1000th race to feature a British driver, the 70th F1 race held in the USA and a chance for Ferrari take a rare seventh consecutive pole position. Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 US Grand Prix weekend!

F1 2019 Title Permutations: United States

Four points. That’s all Lewis Hamilton needs to be crowned World Champion for a sixth time. Here are the title permutations ahead of the 2019 United States Grand Prix.

Driver Form: USA

Only two drivers have won at the Circuit of the Americas, three drivers have a 100% Q3 record and one driver hasn’t finished a race at this track since 2013. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s history at the U.S. Grand Prix! ?? Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton has won every U.S. Grand Prix …

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COTA Track Stats

As Lewis Hamilton has his first chance to take a fifth title, we head to a track where the two championship protagonists have dominated over the years – the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Here are all the stats you need ahead of the 2018 U.S. Grand Prix! ?? COTA RACE WINNERS There …

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2018 F1 Title Permutations: USA

The title battle is now an exclusive race between two drivers – Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel. Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas are now firmly out of mathematical contention and, should Hamilton’s form continue, it won’t be too long before a fifth title is his. Here’s how the title can be won and lost over …

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