AUSTIN, Texas – Just in time for the 2013 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX (Nov. 15-17) event host site Circuit of The Americas™ in Austin, Texas, is now a featured location on Google Maps’ Street View program.

Pitlane atmosphere
Pitlane atmosphere

Photo by: Rainier Ehrhardt

The popular web-mapping technology allows Internet users to see the world-class sports and entertainment venue from inside the 3.4-mile racing circuit. The unique vantage point was captured by the Google Maps photography team inside the circuit’s Turn 13.

Race fans and interested parties will be able to see a 360-degree view of Circuit of The Americas’ popular “stadium section” series of turns. To check out the circuit’s Google Maps Street View, click here.

“We’re excited to join the growing number of companies featured by through this technology, since Google Maps is a must-visit online destination for millions of Internet users every day,” Circuit spokeswoman Julie Loignon said. “The timing is perfect as hundreds of thousands of race fans begin their trek to Circuit of The Americas for this year’s Formula 1 United States Grand Prix.”

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