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 400,000 spectators. The 2022 United States Grand Prix is set to take place on October 21-23. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Texas!

Circuit of The Americas: The Ultimate Track Guide

Circuit of The Americas has been the permanent home of the U.S. Grand Prix since the event returned to the calendar in 2012. The Texas track is a modern venue with an old school character, and takes inspiration from iconic circuits.

2021 US GP: A Statistic for Every Driver

Verstappen extends his championship lead, Perez becomes the first Mexican on the podium in America in over 50 years and Hamilton continues his impressive COTA form.

F1 Grid Slot Stats: United States Grand Prix

No victories have been recorded away from the front row at COTA. Here’s everything you need to know about each grid slot’s history at Circuit of The Americas!

F1 Team Form: United States Grand Prix

Mercedes have won five of the last six COTA races, while Red Bull have seen both cars finish the race here only three times.

F1 Driver Form: United States Grand Prix

Hamilton has won five of the eight races at COTA, Sainz has never failed to score and eight drivers have never previously scored at the United States Grand Prix.

F1 Track Stats: Circuit of The Americas

Here are all the facts and statistics you need to know about the Circuit of the Americas ahead of the United States Grand Prix!

2019 US Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

Hamilton wins his sixth championship, Bottas equals Ricciardo and Verstappen and what has Hamilton’s team-mate done at all of the last 120 races? Here are all the facts and statistics from the 2019 United States Grand Prix weekend!

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.

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