Grand Prix of America Port Imperial Race Circuit

The Grand Prix of America will be held on a Hermann Tilke-designed 3.2-mile (5.1 km) circuit (The Port Imperial Street Circuit) along and above the banks of the Hudson River on public streets overlooking the NYC skyline.
Location: Township of Weehawken and West New York, Hudson County, New Jersey
Lap Distance: 3.2-mile (5.1 km)
Elevation Change: 150 feet
Turns: 19

A map of the course, shows that the racers would start at the ferry terminal at the Avenue at Port Imperial, head south and veer left at Ferry Boulevard; then veer right at Pershing Road; travel north on Pershing Road and merge onto Boulevard East between 47th and 48th streets.
The Grand Prix drivers would then turn right at 60th Street onto Anthony DeFino Way; make a sharp right at River Road onto Port Imperial Boulevard again and head south; then turn left on a service road; then right onto the Avenue at Port Imperial near the terminal/finish line.

Red Bull Racing’s Show Car recently completed a second All-American adventure. Driven by David Coulthard, the 2011 Championship-winning RB7 toured Liberty State Park and its spectacular views of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty. The RB7 then moved on to one of the main arteries linking New York and New Jersey – the Lincoln Tunnel. Wrapping up its American vacation, the RB7 became the first Formula One car to lay rubber on the Grand Prix of America streets in West New York and Weehawken, New Jersey, bringing residents out of their homes to catch the historic sight.

Ledger Live with Brian Donohue. A day after FORMULA 1 organizers announced they will begin running the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey in June 2013.