Millions around the world are focusing their attention on the U.S. this week.
No, it has nothing to do with the recent presidential election. What's got millions around the globe glued to their seats is the inaugural U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, which will occur on Sunday.
The Circuit of the Americas was built over the past year for a price tag of roughly $400 million.
Julie Loignon, a vice president for the 120,000-person-capacity track said Friday that the event was sold out.