As Max Verstappen celebrates his third championship, the F1 circus rides from the Losail International Circuit in Qatar to Austin, Texas, to the Circuit of The Americas (COTA). Here’s what you should expect:
For the first time, COTA will host a Sprint race that promises a mix of strategy and on-track clashes. Qatar gave us a glimpse of the drama sprints can offer, and with its crowd nearing half a million, Austin is the perfect next stop.
COTA may feel eerily reminiscent for those familiar with F1's iconic tracks. With corners reflecting Silverstone's Maggotts/Becketts and Suzuka's S Curves, the track promises an amalgamation of F1’s best moments.
After a hand-injury hiatus, the AlphaTauri star is back and raring to go. While the track will test his limits, especially with just one practice session to gear up, Ricciardo's passion and fan following could turn this into the stuff of legends.
While Red Bull has painted much of the season in their colors, don't give up on the fight for P2 just yet! McLaren's resurgence has turned heads. With 104 points in just the last three races, all eyes will be on the papaya cars to see if they can maintain this momentum.
Qatar left a mark on Mercedes, not just in terms of points. A collision between George Russell and Lewis Hamilton saw the latter’s race end early. While both drivers handled the incident professionally this time, we can't help but wonder what will happen if there’s a repeat!
The home heroes are gearing up for a grand showcase! Beyond the swanky new race suits that are making headlines, Haas is set to unveil a significant aerodynamic upgrade, which isn't just about 2023; it could set the direction for the team in 2024.
Join us for a weekend of twists, turns, and turbocharged action at the United States Grand Prix. Grab your tickets, and dive into the heart of the race!