In a wide-ranging post-event evaluation released late Wednesday, Austin city officials concluded that the inaugural Formula One race weekend last November was a “resounding success” and that “Austin pulled it off with style.”
The United States Grand Prix, held at the new Circuit of the Americas, was the first Formula One race staged in the U.S. in five years and was the largest sporting event in Austin’s history with 265,499 visitors to the track Nov. 17-19.
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