COTA CEO Bobby Epstein has confirmed that the US Grand Prix will go ahead after state funding cuts threatened the event's future.
"We are so happy to confirm F1’s return to COTA," Epstein said.
"Since we first hosted this event in 2012, we have gained a lot of knowledge and insight that has allowed us to make significant annual improvements to the event that we are confident will continue to establish the United States Grand Prix as the standout race weekend on F1’s calendar."
Plus, T-Swift will play after qualifying. Who says F1 isn't show business? (Me, but that's not important right now.)
Source: GP Times