After over 2 years of design and construction, the Circuit of the Americas will hold its first race at High Noon today, when the U.S. Grand Prix gets underway here in Austin, TX.
Thousands of racers and spectators have been flooding into the Austin area for the last week, with attendance today expected to exceed 120,000.
The weather will be nearly perfect today with temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s at race time with relatively light East to Southeast winds. Middle and high level clouds will be on the increase during the afternoon and this evening.
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