When F1 is in Austin the drivers are able to celebrate by wearing special-edition helmets

By Pratik

 Oct 22,2022

Formula One loves Austin, Texas. It was so prior to that Drive to Survive phenomenon made the U.S. Grand Prix one of the biggest events with the highest attendance in the history of the sport. 

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The last time it was held it was reported that the Circuit of the Americas welcomed more than 400,000 spectators during the three-day racing weekend. 

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And this year it is anticipated that the number will climb to 440,000.

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A visit to Austin, Texas's capital is a regular event on the calendars of many in the paddock. 

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In addition, not just is Austin the home of some of the most popular crowds in the world It also has a great cuisine and a certain kind of culture 

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that is popular with the engineers, drivers, and the majority of those that make up this traveling circus.

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Ask any driver in the field or in the field, and COTA will always be on the top of the list of their most favored races However, you don't have to trust their words about it. 

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Take a look back at the history of the race and each year, you'll see drivers celebrating their time at The Live Music (and BBQ) Capital of the World.

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This year's race isn't any the same. Drivers across the grid have been showing new designs for their helmets to be used 

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