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Las Vegas racetrack and experience update Image: F1 and Las Vegas Grand Prix

Fans now have a better idea of what to expect when the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix (US) takes place later this year.

‘LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL’ stated that race officials released new artiste renderings on March 9th, depicting various images of outdoor spectator areas and high-end interior hospitality spaces.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is a planned Formula One Grand Prix due to form part of the 2023 Formula One World Championship, with the event taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada (US) on a temporary street circuit including the Las Vegas Strip.

‘LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL’ further stated that the inaugural race weekend is set to take place from November 16th-18th at night under the lights of the Strip. The race will be 50 laps around a 3.8-mile course spanning portions of the Strip, Koval Lane, Harmon Avenue, and the Spring Mountain Road. Speeds of up to 212 mph are expected to be reached during the race.

Officials expect more than 100,000 people to take in the race, generating a projected $1.1 billion economic impact.

F1’s parent company Liberty Media is investing $500 million on the paddock area, which will feature the race’s start/finish line, various spectator zones and driver pits. Several renderings show what the paddock area will look like, including an aerial view of the paddock itself, with F1’s logo illuminated on the roof in red.

The second round of tickets for the race weekend went on sale on March 9th. Those three- and four-day passes ranged between $500 and over $10,000.

Those higher-end packages include access to the more luxury viewing and hospitality zones of the race.

Four of the renderings give a glimpse of what those ticket holders can expect with multiple themed club and suite spaces, with varying décor, shown.

London-based Formula One is the highest class of international racing for open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile. The FIA Formula One World Championship has been one of the premier forms of racing around the world since its inaugural season in 1950.

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