Formula 1 ticket waitlist opened for U.S. return at Circuit of the Americas

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The return of Formula 1 racing to the United State is still about 10 months away, but reservations for the waitlist for tickets to the debut event Nov. 16-18, is now available.

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A refundable deposit of $100 will secure a place for waitlist, which opened Jan. 21 and will close Feb. 13.

If you sign up for the Select Seating waitlist and decide you are no longer interested in purchasing a  suite or select seating, the deposit, paid  via Paypa, will be refunded.

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Following the close of the Select Seating enrollment period on Monday, February 13, individuals on the waitlist will be contacted with a survey with information regarding  the different seating options and pricing available.

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Personal Seat Licenses, priced from $1,000-$5,000, depending on proximity to the start/finish line and amenities, payable, if desired, in two installments.

A  persoanl seat license entitles its holder to purchase tickets for all racing events at Circuit of The Americas for the next 15 years.

The license also gives its holder a priority position to purchase tickets for entertainment events held at Circuit of The Americas for the duration of the license.

Individual event tickets to the 2012 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix will be offered for sale in early summer.

Additional ticket informahion and a free newsletter sign-up are avialable at www.CircuitofTheAmericas.com

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