Set to take place amidst the Mojave Desert and its mountain ranges, the race will be a stunning 6.12km street circuit that weaves its way through the city of Las Vegas. Taking place at night, the city will come alive with its lights to provide the ultimate sporting spectacle.
Designers have worked hard to achieve a racing course that is worthy of global attention. Having produced 31 different layout variations, they have since agreed on the final version being a spectacular 14-turn high-speed design where the average speed will be high.
In bringing the F1 to Las Vegas, the United States will now hold claim to three races in 2023, with Vegas joining the likes of Miami and Austin. Miami joins the racing calendar in 2022 with a street circuit that takes drivers around the Hard Rock Stadium and has been designed with overtaking in mind. Meanwhile, Austin’s Circuit of The Americas will become a permanent racing facility, featuring huge elevation change throughout.cuts like this a rich depth (or “length”) of flavour.
“Every night is party night in Vegas, but Saturday is the showpiece, so it’s fitting that the Grand Prix will uniquely take place then, allowing race goers to watch the world’s best going wheel to wheel before kicking on their night with a visit to a casino, drinks at a rooftop bar or some late-night shopping.”