There are exactly 2 months to go until America gets its second dosage of F1 in the modern era, when the lights go out in Austin, Texas.

The simply amazing Circuit of the Americas plays host for the second time, after a hugely successful United States Grand Prix last year. Fans, teams and drivers universally praised the circuit design which not only looked fantastic, but provided great racing up and down the field.

Last year, Lewis Hamilton overcame Sebastian Vettel to win the race emphatically. It was a hugely popular result in North America with Lewis well known due to his pop star girlfriend (at the time), Nicole Scherzinger.

The track features a vast array of corners and straights, with it widely believed that some of the best corners from around the world were used to make up the 20 turns.

Inevitably, as the race draws closer, the best grandstands will or already have sold out. Official ticket provider gave me the heads up earlier today that not only do they have availability for the popular Main (Pit Straight) and Turn 1 grandstands, they are also cheaper than the other ticket agents online. So what’s available how much?

Main Grandstand

Main Grandstand – Trackside E/W – Friday-Sunday – £386.64 €460.33 $615

There are a very limited amount of tickets for the Main Grandstand so get in there quick if you want them.

Turn 1 – That amazingly steep and blind apex!

Top Level – Friday – Sunday – £421.21 €501.50 $670

Mid Level – Friday – Sunday – £376.58 €448.36 $599

Click here to view all US GP tickets

Sorry if we didn’t quote the currency you’re looking to pay in. Full prices in all available currencies can be found on the links above so take a look.

United States Grand Prix tickets are of course still available for some of the other turns around the circuit, but we couldn’t resist sharing with you the availability for the pit straight and the awesome Turn 1!

We’re really looking forward to the next instalment of F1 action in Austin, Texas this year. Hopefully Lewis Hamilton can do the double at the 2013 United States Grand Prix.

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