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Saturday, October 21
 

12:30pm

Masters Historic Racing - Vintage F1 Car Support Race - Race 1
Formula One cars of the 1970s and 80s will feature as a support race at the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Austin, Texas. 




Saturday October 21, 2017 12:30pm - 12:55pm
Circuit of the Americas 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd., Austin, TX

2:30pm

Formula 4: Race 1

Launched in 2014, FIA Formula 4 has been created to offer young racing drivers around the world the opportunity to take the first step from karting into the world of single-seater racing.

Designed to be a globally recognised yet affordable step between Karting and the FIA Formula 3 European Championship, FIA Formula 4 allows drivers to compare themselves to the best young talent, not only in their own country, but across other championships around the world. The recipe is undoubtedly a successful one, as present championships boast impressive grids, and new regions are in the process of creating their own F4 setups.

The F4 car has been designed to keep costs down while providing an ideal learning tool for young drivers who have never raced cars before.



 
Sunday, October 22
 

9:30am

Masters Historic Racing - Vintage F1 Car Support Race - Race 2
Formula One cars of the 1970s and 80s will feature as a support race at the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Austin, Texas. 




10:50am

Formula 4: Race 2

Launched in 2014, FIA Formula 4 has been created to offer young racing drivers around the world the opportunity to take the first step from karting into the world of single-seater racing.

Designed to be a globally recognised yet affordable step between Karting and the FIA Formula 3 European Championship, FIA Formula 4 allows drivers to compare themselves to the best young talent, not only in their own country, but across other championships around the world. The recipe is undoubtedly a successful one, as present championships boast impressive grids, and new regions are in the process of creating their own F4 setups.

The F4 car has been designed to keep costs down while providing an ideal learning tool for young drivers who have never raced cars before.