United States Grand Prix
The Circuit of The Americas is the 10th US venue to have staged a Grand Prix and has been a regular fixture on the calendar since its 2012 debut. With its Hermann Tilke-created layout, it has more high-speed turns than Spa-Francorchamps and more slow corners than the Hungaroring making this a huge test for the drivers. With the climate in mind, October gets cold at night, and then it turns to daytime where the sun pushes the thermometer into the high 20s Celsius. This means the temperature swing is extreme therefore making it hard to balance the car from one on-track session to the next.