Masters at the US F1 Grand Prix

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Though Masters Historic Racing is not running a Historic F1 series in the US this year, it was pleased to announce that it has once again been invited to bring two support races to the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, on 18-20 October at the Circuit of The Americas in Texas. 

The two Masters grids, an amalgamated single-seater grid for cars that race in both the Masters Racing Legends for 1966/1985 F1 cars and Masters Formula Atlantic Plus series, as well as the Masters Endurance Legends USA for GT Endurance prototypes will take to the track in front of a massive crowd, which in 2023 saw 432,000 fans attending over 3 days.  The Masters support races will feature two 40-minute races for Masters Endurance Legends USA and two 25-minute races for the single-seater grid.  The Masters have supported the US Grand Prix before and are clearly popular attraction for the spectators.

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