AUSTIN (KXAN) - The Formula 1 United States Grand Prix announced Tuesday it will offer individual ticket options for 2013.
Single-day tickets will be available for Friday's practice sessions, Saturday's knock-out qualifying rounds and Sunday's Grand Prix race.
The weekend-long event will start on November 15, and individual tickets will go on sale on Tuesday. This will be the second Grand Prix held in Austin.
The individual tickets are priced from $49 on Friday's practice sessions to $129 on Sunday for the Grand Prix race for general admission. Reserved seating options are also available.
Ticket Type Friday-Only Saturday-Only Race Day-Only Three-Day Ticket Price
Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 15-17
General Admission $49 $79 $129 $169 (152-percent savings)
Reserved Seating $79 $129 $229 $299 (146-percent savings)
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