Latest News About Formula 1 In Austin, TX

I had been wondering about the latest progress about Austin, Texas really getting the Formula 1 to start racing in June 2012.  Here’s some information from the official promotion folks, Full Throttle Productions, LP.

Full Throttle Productions, L.P.

Welcome.  Thank you for your interest in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™.  As you are aware, Austin, Texas, will host the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ from 2012 through 2021, bringing Formula 1 racing back to the U.S.  This milestone project has been in the works for several years and has involved significant collaboration between Formula One Management and Full Throttle Productions, LP.

In addition, here’s an e-mailed response to an inquiry:

Subject: Thank you for interest in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix(TM).
Reply-To: info@fullthrottleproductionslp.com

Dear Formula 1 Race Fan,

Thank you for your interest in the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™. As you are aware, Austin, Texas, will host the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ from 2012 through 2021, bringing Formula 1 racing back to the U.S. This milestone project has been in the works for several years and has involved significant collaboration between Formula One Management and Full Throttle Productions, LP.

To keep all interested parties up to speed, we will launch a project website within the next week or so. We will be sharing information about the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix™ in Austin as well as F1 Grand Prix events being held across the world. Over the course of the summer, we will be releasing information on our website and to our fans regarding:

  • Site location
  • Master plan
  • Facility renderings, and
  • Track layout

We look forward to sharing more with you soon!  Stay tuned…

Full Throttle Management

Hmmm – very sanitary & a tease, too!  Racing Ready wants some REAL answers, as I’m sure you do as well…stay tuned!

Dan

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3 thoughts on “Latest News About Formula 1 In Austin, TX”

  1. I too am concerned about the lack of info. If Dubai had problems opening a track in time for a scheduled F1 calendar date with all the money in Abu Dhabi, how on earth does Austin plan to do it in less than two years. I currently live in Nevada so I rely on the Austin Statesman and Full Throttle Productions websites for updates. I just aint there folks.

  2. I too am concerned about the lack of info. If Dubai had problems opening a track in time for a scheduled F1 calendar date with all the money in Abu Dhabi, how on earth does Austin plan to do it in less than two years. I currently live in Nevada so I rely on the Austin Statesman and Full Throttle Productions websites for updates. I just aint there folks.
    +1

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