The high-powered speed of an Formula One race car will be on full display in Las Vegas from November 16-18, 2023, as F1 races along the world-famous Las Vegas Strip at night. The 50-lap Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place on a 14-turn, 3.8-mile track that will take place in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Want to go fast? High-octane excitement and vintage Sin City glitz come together at the Las Vegas Formula 1 Heineken Silver Grand Prix.
F1 Las Vegas Details
The first turn of the Formula One race is on Harmon Avenue, while the rest of the track winds around Las Vegas Boulevard and Koval Lane. The Las Vegas Grand Prix track is 3.8 miles long, and drivers may achieve speeds of up to 212 miles per hour.
The Paddock, now being constructed, will be on the northeast corner of Harmon and Koval Lane. The Paddock is a 300,000 square-foot four-story building.
F1’s parent company is spending $500 million to acquire the land and construction for The Paddock.
The welcome ceremony will begin, and only those who have been invited will be allowed entry. You will also need to be an invited guest to go backstage.
The top three drivers will be honored with trophies during Sunday’s awards event.
F1 is partnering with a local food bank to distribute over a million meals to the hungry during the racing season.
To get the best parking on the Strip on race days, type “Las Vegas Street Circuit” into a map search.
Hotel and Viewing Packages
Although November is far away, it hasn’t stopped people from booking hotel rooms. The race, which is expected to garner visitation from around the world, may represent the most global event in the history of Las Vegas. You may find that some Stirp hotelshave excessively high rates, prices may come down as the race dates get closer although that can’t be assured.
Also, If you’re planning on having a large group of people around to watch the races, you should look into the various package deals offered by the hotels on the Strip. It’s certainly an event that is popular and the accommodation will ultimately be limited, so act quickly. So, where should you stay?
Situated in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, the Paddock Club is the epicenter of media activity and the greatest place for photographers and videographers to capture the excitement of the Grand Prix.
Take advantage of the Paddock Club’s unique viewing areas, grounds access, and hospitality facilities, where you’ll be treated to the finest in food, drink, and more.
Suites and Skybox Suites offer views of the race below, from the start and finish lines at Turns 1 and 17, and the added benefit of two four-day tickets and unlimited food and beverage allowances, as well as access to the Paddock Club, pit lane walks, and behind-the-scenes access to the drivers and stars.
If you want to stay at a resort right next to the track, Caesars is a great option. You can choose a PG2 Grandstand package or SkyBox package. As of April 2023, Caesars’ most premier package was sold out. There are perks, such as a view of the pit crew’s home in the east Harmon zone, but guests must commit to staying there for at least three nights.
ThePG2 Grandstand package, which includes two tickets as well as unlimited food and non-alcoholic beverages is running an average of $2,600 per night while the SkyBox package with upgraded views and a fourth day of viewing, for two people, averages $8,000 per night.
Anybody who has been to Las Vegas before knows how difficult it is to find a hotel room on the Strip that has a balcony. The suites at the Cosmopolitan, which were originally designed as quasi-residential units, feature outdoor patios. The suites that are Strip-facing will offer prime views of the track and all the comforts of a luxury hotel.
The Cosmo is offering a private Strip-front terrace for low-level viewing of the racing.
VIP With Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn
Wynn’s premium package deals feature more than simply admission to the races. The following are just a few of the many benefits:
Four nights in a three-bedroom suite at Encore for six people; Unlimited use of the spa, salon, and golf course;
Paddock Club’s Wynn Grid Club membership;
Breakfast credit; Dinner for six at Wynn’s upscale eatery, Delilah Lounge.
As part of the Paddock Club’s hospitality spaces, Wynn also offers its guests the Wynn Grid Club.
Gift basket with champagne and caviar
VIP With MGM
Grandstands in front of MGM Resorts’ Bellagio hotel, adjacent to the world famous fountains, on the Las Vegas Strip were unveiled recently and will certainly be highly sought after.
F1 Packages feature a three-night stay at one of the company’s hotels, such as Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, Mandalay Bay, New York-New York, Luxor, or Excalibur, and a three-day racing ticket to either the Bellagio or Paddock grandstands.
You can buy up to two tickets to the race, and you have to stay for at least three nights. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will also be provided in the grandstands courtesy of MGM Resorts.
This short guide should give you a good taster of what is to come with the Las Vegas F1-2023 Race and the best places to stay.