2014 Formula 1 auto race will bring fast cars but high prices to Weehawken, West New York

Jul 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Jersey Journal

If you are planning on attending the 2014 Formula 1 New Jersey Grand Prix in Weehawken and West New York, be prepared to shell out some big bucks.

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Sol

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"high prices"? Wow - now THERE'S a daring prediction of the future.

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High F1 ticket prices aren't news. They're par for the course. They always cost hundreds of dollars apiece, and up. They aren't meant for trailer trash. Folks who shave a "3" into their back hair and wear a beer-can-holder hat were never expected to attend.
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Aug 12, 2013
 
I go to the Malaysian and Singapore races every year. To get to the Singapore race and have a decent seat on the pit grandstand, it costs around $1000 US. You can spend $250 US and get a seat on the bay grandstand, where you see nothing.

Obviously, neither ticket is cheap, compared to, say, the 24 Hours of LeMans, where you can get in for about 30 Euro :)

Somebody enlighten me how much it costs to get into a Nascar race, tractor pull, drag racing and other forms of $shitkicker competition.

From a Brit living in Asia.

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