Justin Timberlake to Perform at the 2017 Formula One U.S. Grand Prix in Texas

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Can’t cease the sensation – particularly at over 200 mph.

Justin Timberlake will take his newest, infectious hit to the 2017 Components 1 U.S. Grand Prix this October because the headlining performer of the Circuit of the Americas Tremendous Stage.

The pop star is following within the footsteps of last year’s headliner, Taylor Swift, who carried out a catalog of her hit songs, together with “We Are Never Ever Ever Getting Back Together” and “Fifteen.”

Although Timberlake, 36, gained’t take the stage in Austin, Texas, till Saturday, Oct. 21, tickets shall be on sale for all three days of the Grand Prix beginning on Friday, March 31 by means of the COTA website.

“We’re thrilled to have Justin Timberlake carry out at this yr’s United States Grand Prix,” Bobby Epstein, chairman of Circuit of The Americas, stated in a press release. “After 5 years, the F1 USGP weekend at COTA has advanced into an annual vacation spot the place residents and guests alike can expertise a mixture of world-class music, leisure and motorsports.”

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Final yr, racer Lewis Hamilton won the Grand Prix with a time of 1 hour and 38 minutes. The 2017 rivals have but to be introduced.

Thought Timberlake has stayed mum on particulars about his subsequent album, he posted a photograph with frequent collaborators Timberland and Pharrell Williams to Instagram Tuesday night.

“It sounds extra like the place I’ve come from than another music I’ve ever made,” he lately told The Hollywood Reporter of his new music. “It’s Memphis. It’s Southern American music. However I need to make it sound trendy — no less than that’s the thought proper now.”

As he joked in September, “I assume I’m resigned to the truth that I’m a tortoise relating to this course of. I can’t think about doing it some other means. I simply really feel prefer it’s so essential to by no means have the cart earlier than the horse in relation to making a report.”


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