United States Grand Prix Tickets
Details of United States Grand Prix and the Ticket Luck value
To see the racers go head-to-head in the competition backed by the hysterical cheering of the crowd purchase United States Grand Prix tickets before you miss the chance. Kicking off in 1908, the United States Grand Prix was previously known as the American Grand Prize till 1916. In 1958 it became part of the Formula One World Championship. The event draws its inspiration from Gordon Bennett Cup and Circuit des Ardennes, the motor races that started in early 1900s. Thus, the event has been held forty-one times till now and has consequently produced countless racing champions with Michael Schumacher sweeping the maximum number of wins.
Since its commencement the motor race has been held in nine different places; Savannah, Milwaukee, Santa Monica, San Francisco, Riverside, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Phoenix and Indianapolis being the most recent one. So brace yourselves for the forthcoming that promise thrill, excitement and fun to the core.
The history of the United States Grand Prix dates back to 1908 when the event was held in Savannah, Georgia. It was a huge success and featured fourteen European and six American competitors. The competition came down to the three racers (Felice Nazzaro, Victor Hemery and Loius Wagner) fighting for their win, Wagner walked away with victory. Speaking of the event, there has been a time when two Grands Prix were held in the same season in America equaling Italy's record. Other Grands Prix being the United States Grand Prix West, The Caesars Palace Grand Prix, Detroit Grand Prix and Dallas Grand Prix. The previous United States Grand Prix took place on 15th held was in 2007 in Indianapolis where the British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton triumphed. The event contested seventy-three laps covering 306.16 km. Lewis Hamilton, Fernanado Alonso, Kim Raikkonen, Felipe Massa, Heikki Kovalainen, Jarno Trulli, Mark Webber, and Sebastian Vettel were among the top ten racers. While Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa finished in second and third places Kimi Raikkonen ended up with the fastest lap.
In addition to Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher, Mika Hakkinen and Rubens Barrichello are among recent winners. Moreover, racers with multiple wins are Michael Schumacher (five wins), Jim Clark and Graham Hill (three wins), Ayrton Senna, David Bruce-Brown, James Hunt, Jackie Stewart and Carlos Reutemann have two wins to their credit. Among the multiple constructors, Ferrari has had nine wins; Lotus and McLaren have had eight and seven wins respectively. Fiat and BRM winning thrice whereas Peugot and Tyrrell have had two wins each.
In the era when the United States Grand Prix was called American Grand Prize six American racers claimed victory; Caleb Bragg, David Bruce-Brown, Chuck Daigh, Eddie Pullen, Howdy Wilcox and Johnny Aitken. To find out who bags the championship this year buy United States Grand Prix tickets and reserve your seat at one of the most awaited events of the season.