Las Vegas Grand Prix announcement is sentimental for F1
Las Vegas Grand Prix announcement is sentimental for F1 – here’s why
Las Vegas Grand Prix announcement is sentimental for F1 – here’s why. For the first time in 40 years Formula 1 deals to bring Grand Prix to Lax vegas
Las Vegas, the capital of entertainment, is known for glamour, glitz, excitement, and passion. Las Vegas is added as a new location in the F1 calendar for 2023 as of now.
The F1 correspondent has now headed to the desert city ahead of the announcement of Las Vegas being the new venue. Recently F1 correspondent Lawrence Baretto took a tour of the Las Vegas Grand Prix track. Nichole Briscoe, the ESPN Sports centre anchor provided the guided tour of the stunning F1 Venue for the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
It’s been a long time since Las Vegas last hosted the Grand Prix and people are excited. Many F1 drivers in Las Vegas expressed their happiness and excitement about returning to F1 in LV. F1 Fans in LV are eagerly waiting since the announcement has been made.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is going to be more than a race, it will be a big event that has already created a buzz with the announcement.
Many sponsors are already trying to seal the deal, 150,000 hotel rooms, fine dining, cocktails, racegoers, and an electric atmosphere is expected.
Las Vegas will host F1 next year
Las Vegas is all set to host its first Formula 1 race in 40 years on Saturday, November 2023. The venue is part of 3 races joining Miami and Austin. Las Vegas hosted F1 from 1981-82 and now it will be the first time F1 cars will be swelling through hotels and Casinos on iconic racing stripes.
Liberty Media and Formula 1 will come together to promote the race with Las Vegas Convention, Live Nation Entertainment, Visitors Authority, founding partners Caesars Entertainment, Wynn Las Vegas, MGM Resorts international, Presenting partners Resorts world Las Vegas, The Venetian Resort, and MGM sphere. The live stream and telecast of the race will be announced next year.