Volunteers wanted for U.S. GP at Circuit of the Americas


The Circuit of the Americas is now actively seeking volunteers for the second United States Grand Prix to be held at the circuit in Austin, Texas this November.

Formula One returned to the USA for the first time since 2007 last November at the first purpose-built racing facility in the country for the sport. The 2012 GP was deemed a great success, drawing in bumper crowds who were treated to a fine race-long battle between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, with the Briton eventually winning his second United States Grand Prix after claiming victory in the final race at Indianapolis in 2007.

For this years race, members of the public are now able to register to be a volunteer for the event.

“Our strong volunteer force was vital in operating the inaugural Formula One race, as well as all other events at our venue,” Steve Sexton, CEO of Circuit of the Americas, explained. “The Sports Commission has been a great partner in developing this recruitment tool. We look forward to bringing back the wonderful volunteers from past events, as well as recruiting new volunteers for what is sure to be an even bigger and better event.”

Click here to visit the sign-up page for volunteers at the 2013 United States Grand Prix.