F1 wants to put on a show in Las Vegas, but every step taken to make this year’s race happen was also a compromise to suit the city’s needs
The three-day Las Vegas Grand Prix will feature little more than five hours of track action and no support races to the Formula 1 event.
Formula 1’s three-year deal to race on its new street circuit in Las Vegas could be extended following a local commission vote today.
Updates on construction for the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit and its surrounding infrastructure has been provided this week by Formula 1.
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Promotion of next November’s Las Vegas GP is already in full swing, with ticket sales, demos, and casinos already advertising VIP packages.
George Russell predicts the Las Vegas circuit will be ‘not the most exciting to drive’ as new details of the layout were revealed.
Lewis Hamilton declared the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be “the best race of all time” as Formula 1 launched its newest event last weekend.
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Formula 1’s first visit to Las Vegas in the eighties was not a success but the team behind next year’s new race aim for the event to secure a long-term future.
The street circuit which will hold Formula 1’s new Las Vegas Grand Prix from 2023 has been changed by the addition of a new chicane.
The date of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, one of multiple new rounds being added to the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, has been revealed in a letter leaked on social media.
Formula 1 is exploring ways to use the facility it is building to host next year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix for other activities during the year.