Green light for Austin GP
Thursday 27 September 2012
The Circuit of the Americas (Cota) has been given the green light to stage this year's United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, in November. The 5.5km (3.4-mile) track and the pit and paddock buildings were described as "fantastic" as FIA race director Charlie Whiting awarded Cota "Grade One" status, allowing it to stage grands prix.
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