After a disappointing year without the U.S. Grand Prix, Formula 1 confirms it will be returning to the Circuit of the Americas in Austin Oct. 22-24, 2021.
BREAKING: The Formula 1 United States Grand Prix will take place on October 22-24, 2021. https://t.co/cJdTvNIaSi— Circuit of The Americas (@Circuit of The Americas)1605021856.0
Since opening in 2012, COTA has become home to the only Formula 1 races in the country. It hosts the U.S. Grand Prix and Red Bull Grand Prix every year—except when both were canceled earlier this year due to the pandemic.
Just last month COTA also confirmed it would also host its first NASCAR race in 2021.
Ticket deposits for the 2021 Formula 1 race are available to secure a place in line here.
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Eighty-seven providers in Travis County will receive a total of 75,540 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for the week of March 8 as part of the 13th weekly allocation, a nearly 62% increase compared to last week's. The significant increase is largely due to inclusion of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which received an emergency use authorization from the FDA last weekend.
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