Celebrities are rare and elusive, right? Wrong! At the FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX™ in Austin, stars will abound. Guests of Circuit of The Americas Experiences will have the unique opportunity to meet a number of celebrities, and not just those of Formula 1™ fame!
Sir Elton John
This is a man who needs no introduction – his long, illustrious career in the music industry speaks for itself. Sir Elton John has had 56 top 40 singles in the U.S. and is the third most successful artist in American chart history. He’s won a total of five Grammy Awards and he received an honorary doctorate from the Royal Academy of Music in 2002. You’ll have the opportunity to see this incredible rock and roll legend perform a live 2+ hour concert starting at 6pm after the race on Sunday!
It was recently announced that American born and bred driver Alexander Rossi is now an official member of the Manor Marussia F1 Team! He’s already completed successful races in Singapore and Japan, and will be returning to his GP2 series team, Racing Engineering, for the GP2 Sprint Race at the Sochi Circuit in Russia this weekend. In just two short weeks, Rossi will be racing on his home turf at the F1™ USGP in Austin, Texas!
Guests of Circuit of The Americas Experiences will have the rare opportunity to meet Alexander Rossi! Rossi will be appearing Saturday or Sunday in the Legends Club, which will host a variety of events during race weekend. If Legends Club Hospitality is not included in your Official Ticket Package, be sure to add this access on!
Read more on how to meet Alexander Rossi!
Mika Häkkinen is one of the most celebrated drivers in the history of motorsports and a two-time Formula 1 World Champion. After winning back to back world titles in 1998 and 1999 and racking up an impressive 20 wins in Formula 1 racing, Häkkinen announced his retirement from racing in 2001. He did make a return to racing in 2005 in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters series before finally announcing his retirement from competitive motorsports in 2007.
Häkkinen will be appearing in the Thursday night Redline Party, Friday’s Lunch with a Legend, and Saturday and Sunday in the Legends Club Hospitality Party Venue and Paddock Club™. Trackside access includes either the Redline Party or Lunch with a Legend (your pick), and Legends Club Hospitality is available as an upgrade if it’s not already included in your package!
Read more on how to meet Mika Häkkinen!
Esteban Gutiérrez hails from Mexico and recently became the Scuderia Ferrari Third Driver! He’s been nicknamed ‘The Chosen One’ by F1 insiders and became the first GP3 driver to achieve a full time drive in Formula 1. After driving for the Sauber Formula 1 team for three years, he has joined Ferrari as a test and reserve driver. Gutiérrez will be appearing on Saturday in the Legends Club!
Read more on how to meet Esteban Gutiérrez!
Nichole Galicia is not only a highly-acclaimed actress and high-fashion model, but also an admitted fan of Formula 1 racing! Galicia was hand-picked by director Quentin Tarantino for her role in Django Unchained, where she starred as ‘Sheba,’ Leonardo DiCaprio’s love interest, and she currently appears as a series regular on the Syfy hit show Defiance.
See, we told you she was an F1 fan – and a pretty dedicated one to travel overseas for the Japanese Grand Prix! Galicia has been confirmed to make appearances in the VIP Trackside Skybox Friday through Sunday at the F1™ USGP – have you reserved your Official Ticket Package yet?
Reserve Your Seat at the F1™ USGP!
See American driver Alexander Rossi race on American soil in the FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX™ at Circuit of The Americas™, then meet him through your exclusive Legends Club Hospitality access! This will be the first time that an American F1 driver has raced in the United States in eight years!
A limited number of VIP Trackside Skybox packages are still available, so don’t miss your chance to secure your spot on a covered viewing platform filled with Hollywood’s finest. You’ll have an up-close view of the starting line, the pit action and the battle for pole position into the signature 133-foot climb to Turn 1!