Huge demand for American GP tickets
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Organisers of Formula One's newest grand prix in Austin, Texas, say tickets for the November 18 race are selling strongly with construction solidly on schedule. During a fact-finding visit to the British GP at Silverstone, Circuit of the Americas president Steve Sexton said F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone and the governing FIA were pleased with progress. The race will be the first US Grand Prix since Indianapolis in 2007.
Sexton said tickets had been on sale for a month already and were going strong with out-of-state visitors accounting for a majority of the thousands and thousands sold so far. The race has been positioned from the outset to bring tourists to Texas.
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