Las Vegas Grand Prix | Formula 1 Grand Prix

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The Las Vegas Grand Prix has been officially announced as a part of the 2023 Formula One World Championship, and is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada on a temporary street circuit featuring the iconic Las Vegas Strip. This event marks the return of Formula One to Las Vegas after the 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix, and will be the third Grand Prix to be held in the United States during the 2023 season, alongside the Miami and United States Grands Prix.

The street circuit spans a length of 3.803 miles (6.120 km) and boasts 17 corners and a 1.181 mile (1.900 km) straight, offering an exciting and challenging track for drivers and spectators alike. The circuit runs counter-clockwise and begins in a disused parking lot that has been redeveloped to house the pits and paddock area, along with a permanent track section. The first corner features a hairpin, followed by a fast right that transitions from the permanent circuit to the city streets.

After a 0.50 mile (800 m) stretch down Koval Lane, the cars enter a slow 90-degree right and then a long, sweeping left that encircles the new MSG Sphere arena. A left-right twisty section follows, which is a change from the original design, before transitioning onto Sands Avenue via a slightly faster left turn. The track then goes through two very fast bends on Sands Avenue before entering a slow left onto Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as the Las Vegas Strip. This section spans 1.181 miles (1.900 km) and includes two straights and a slight sweeping left that passes by some of Las Vegas' most famous hotels and casinos.

The circuit then goes through a tight series of slow corners onto Harmon Avenue, before a final 0.50 mile (800 m) straight leads to a very fast left turn that completes the lap and transitions back to the permanent track section past the pits.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix promises to be a thrilling addition to the Formula One calendar, showcasing the glamour and excitement of Las Vegas alongside the world-class racing action of Formula One. With its challenging street circuit and iconic location, the event is sure to attract motorsport fans from around the world.