FIA to inspect Circuit of the Americas next week 10 June, 2012 Jun.10 (GMM) Formula 1’s governing body will next week inspect progress at the new track in Austin, Texas – venue of the United States Grand Prix. The Circuit of the Americas, scheduled to host its inaugural US grand prix in November, is still under construction. So next week’s FIA inspection, as revealed by the local Austin American Statesman newspaper, is not the final one that will give the circuit its mandatory homologation. “It could, however, alert circuit officials if the FIA sees any potential problems,” read the report. The newspaper said the news of the inspection came from an official of circuit constructor Hermann Tilke’s German company. It was confirmed by American FIA official Nick Craw. Charlie Whiting, currently officiating in Montreal, is expected to be among the Austin delegation. Tweet Related NewsPerez has grandstand named after him for US GPRossi to get FP1 action in Montreal and Austin with CaterhamEcclestone hits back at Texas Speedway boss criticismVettel: To win every race since the summer break is unbelievable, the car has been phenomenalBarrichello says he nearly replaced Raikkonen for final two racesBriatore: US GP showed that Lotus made very bad choice with KovalainenCircuit of the Americas CEO Sexton resignsMaldonado admits that his Williams sabotage claim was wrongDespite big crowd in Texas, Formula 1 is still chasing the American dreamBrawn: Hamilton’s bad tempered radio calls no problem Obviously Inspect what? A dirt road, few I-beams laying around, rusty caterpillar, and some fat guys eating a sandwich… I will be beyond surprised if this happens… No, wait, the pure shock if this GP comes true, would literally kill me.