The United States of America (commonly known as the United States, the U.S., the U.S.A., America and the States) is a country in North America. It is the third largest country in population, and either third or fourth in size, in the world.
It has hosted many Grands Prix, including the United States Grand Prix, the Indianapolis 500, the United States Grand Prix West, the Detroit Grand Prix, the Dallas Grand Prix and the Caesars Palace Grand Prix. The latest addition, the Miami Grand Prix, is due to begin in 2022.
- 1 Circuits in the United States
- 2 Grands Prix held in the United States
- 3 World Championship drivers
- 4 Indianapolis 500 drivers
- 5 Television Coverage
- 6 Notes
Circuits in the United States
|Caesars Palace Circuit||Paradise, Nevada||Caesars Palace Grand Prix: 1981–1982|
|Circuit of the Americas||Elroy, Texas||United States Grand Prix: 2012–present|
|Detroit Street Circuit||Detroit, Michigan||Detroit Grand Prix: 1982–1988|
|Fair Park street circuit||Dallas, Texas||Dallas Grand Prix: 1984|
|Hard Rock Stadium Circuit||Miami, Florida||Miami Grand Prix: 2022-present|
|Indianapolis Motor Speedway||Speedway, Indiana||Indianapolis 500: 1950–1960
United States Grand Prix: 2000–2007
|Long Beach street circuit||Long Beach, California||United States Grand Prix West: 1976–1983|
|Phoenix Street Circuit||Phoenix, Arizona||United States Grand Prix: 1989–1991|
|Riverside International Raceway||Riverside (now Moreno Valley), California||United States Grand Prix: 1960|
|Sebring International Raceway||Sebring, Florida||United States Grand Prix: 1959|
|Watkins Glen International||Watkins Glen, New York||United States Grand Prix: 1961–1980|
Grands Prix held in the United States
Statistics correct up to end of 2020 Formula One Season.
A total of 70 Formula One Grands Prix have been held in the United States under 6 different titles, at ten different venues, the most circuits that a country has hosted F1 than any other country.
Note: entries in tables with a pink background indicate pre-1950 events which predate the World Championship. Yellow background indicates a post-1950 event not part of the World Championship.
The United States Grand Prix is the only US event currently on the calendar. It is currently held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
The Indianapolis 500 was part of the Formula One World Championship from 1950 to 1960 inclusive. All races were held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval course.
In 1981 and 1982, a Grand Prix was held in the expansive parking lot of the Caesars Palace casino in Las Vegas.
|Caesars Palace Grand Prix results|
|1981||Caesars Palace||Alan Jones||Williams-Ford||Report|
|1982||Caesars Palace||Michele Alboreto||Tyrrell-Ford||Report|
From 1982 to 1988, an event was held on public roads in Detroit, Michigan.
|Detroit Grand Prix results|
|Dallas Grand Prix results|
Miami Grand Prix
|Miami Grand Prix results|
World Championship drivers
Note: this list does not include drivers whose World Championship entries consist solely of those in the Indianapolis 500 between 1950 and 1960. Those who did race in the Indy 500 between 1950 and 1960, as well as other non-Indy 500 rounds of the Championship are denoted with an asterisk (*).
Indianapolis 500 drivers
Note: This list consists of drivers who only entered in the Indianapolis 500 between 1950 and 1960 and in no other World Championship races. Those who raced in both are listed above and denoted with an asterisk. Only drivers who won between 1950 and 1960 are listed as winners, those who competed between those years but won in other years (before 1950 or after 1960) are not listed as winners.
|2013–2017||NBC / NBC Sports||Select races shown on NBC; all other races, qualifying sessions and select practice sessions on NBC Sports|
|2018-Present||ABC / ESPN / ESPN2||Details TBA|