Las Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world. Here things are more luxurious than what people have ever dreamed of. It is also one of the most visited tourist destinations, and Formula 1 is going to one of them. For the first time in so many years, Las Vegas will be hosting an F1 Grand Prix. It is one of the most anticipated Grand Prix in the world and will mark some significance in the motorsports world. So, let’s not wait any longer and know about the most anticipated Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix.
As of now, the 2023 Las Vegas GP is a 3.853-mile (6.2 km)-long street circuit. He has 17 corners, including a 90-degree right corner, which is the fifth corner of the race. It has a 1.1-mile (1.9-kilometer) straight run, which can help the cars easily touch 300 kph under DRS.
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Race Length and Laps
A total of 50 laps will be raced on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. This means the race length is 192.6 miles, which is around 310 kilometers. It will have at least two DRS zones, which will be crucial for every racer to overtake their rivals.
Las Vegas Grand Prix Map
As we can see, it has 17 corners with at least two DRS zones.
Date and timing
Compared to all the other Grand Prix, things will be different at the Las Vegas Grand Prix. It will have three practice sessions before qualifying on Saturday, followed by the race on the same day. Qualifying and Race Day are held on the same day, with a 21-hour gap between them.
- 16th November 2023: 1st Practice, 8:30 pm–9:30 pm
- 17th November 2023: 2nd Practice, 12:00 am–1:00 am
- 17th November 2023: 3rd Practice, 8:30 pm–9:30 pm
- 18th November 2023: Qualifying, 12:00 am–1:00 am
- 18th November 2023: Race, 10:00 pm
Q: Is Las Vegas a day or night race?
Ans: The Las Vegas Grand Prix will be a night race.
Q: Who is performing at Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix?
Ans: Stars like Andra Day, Bishop Briggs, J Balvin, Journey, Steve Aoki, Swedish House Mafia, Keith Urban, Will.i.am, Thirty Seconds to Mars, and many other iconic musical artists will be performing at Formula 1 Las Vegas.
Q: How many years will Las Vegas be on the F1 calendar?
Ans: As of now, it is set to be on the F1 calendar until 2025. If the demand and craze of the race increase, it will be a part of the F1 calendar until 2032.
Q: What type of circuit is the Las Vegas GP?
Ans: The F1 Las Vegas GP is a street circuit.
Q: How many DRS zones will the F1 Las Vegas GP have?
Ans: There will be at least two DRS zones in the F1 Las Vegas GP.
Q: How many laps are there in the F1 Las Vegas GP?
Ans: As per sources, the F1 Las Vegas GP will have a 50-lap race.