F1 Grand Prix of the United States

Austin - Circuit of the Americas

22.10.2023
Your grandstand and general admission tickets are offered as print@home tickets, which will be sent to you by E-mail.
All types of tickets will be sent out at the latest 10 days before the respective race, no shipping costs will be charged for print@home tickets.
Important notice: *Date is subject to confirmation by the FIA.

F1 Grand Prix of the United States

22.10.2023 | Austin - Circuit of the Americas

Your grandstand and general admission tickets are offered as print@home tickets, which will be sent to you by E-mail.
All types of tickets will be sent out at the latest 10 days before the respective race, no shipping costs will be charged for print@home tickets.
*Date is subject to confirmation by the FIA.


Getting There

Departure Tax:

None.



Note: Main Airports:

+1 650 821 8211.



Getting There by Water:

Some of the US ports that welcome passengers in addition to cargo are Port of Anchorage (www.portofanc.com), Honolulu, Port of New Orleans (www.portno.com), New York (www.panynj.gov), Port of Miami (www.miamidade.gov/portofmiami), and Tampa Port Authority (www.tampaport.com). You can find a complete list of US ports on the Customs and Border Protection website (www.cbp.gov/contact/ports).

Alaskan ports may have seasonal arrivals only, and do not operate year-round for passenger arrivals.



Rail Passes:

Amtrak (www.amtrak.com) offers USA rail passes in 15-, 30-, and 45- day increments.



Getting There by Road:

By road, you can enter the United States from Canada to the north and from Mexico to the south. Delays at border crossings are common and may last for hours, particularly at busy checkpoints between the US and Mexico. For a full list of Canada-US and Mexico-US points of entry, their operating hours, and estimated wait times, consult the Customs and Border Protection (bwt.cbp.gov).

In general, roadways in the USA are safe and well-maintained. The USA has a well-developed interstate system linking states; odd numbered interstates run north to south and even-numbered interstates run east to west. Many states, including Florida and New Jersey, have state 'turnpikes' that impose tolls on portions of their roadways.



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