Austin’s second Formula One U.S. Grand Prix had its glitches and dips, but it also showed signs that the laid-back city and the world’s most glamorous motor sport are figuring out a fit.
“As much as I love the Silverstone Grand Prix — of course, it’s the home grand prix for me — I have to say that the U.S. Grand Prix has taken over,” British racing star Lewis Hamilton told NBC on Sunday. “The city is so vibrant during the weekend; the atmosphere is incredible in Austin. I’ve never seen so many people out. … Montreal is usually a really good event, but I think this has topped Montreal as well.”
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