Where is it?

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is in the city of Las Vegas, right in the heart of the iconic Strip that we’ve all seen on television and in the movies.

Las Vegas is in Nevada, and there are direct flights from cities to the world’s entertainment capital from all over Europe.

With nearly three million visitors a year and a hot desert climate, Las Vegas is a place everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.

What’s the circuit like?

In one word – Mindblowing! It’s 6KM long and weaves through downtown, runs at very high speed along The Strip, and passes some of the world’s most iconic hotels – The Bellagio, Caesar’s Palace, The Flamingo and The Wynn.

The circuit has 17 corners and a 1.9KM main straight where speeds of up to 340 KPH (212 MPH) are expected.

There are two DRS zones.

There’s an interesting mix of slow and fast corners, which will make set up tricky for the teams, who will have to choose between running very low downforce to capitalise on straight-line speed, or going higher and benefiting on the turns.

What sort of race can we expect?

2023 will be the first Grand Prix on the circuit so it’s hard to know what the race will be like, but being a street circuit, we’re likely to see low grip, and plenty of incidents, which will almost certainly mean the safety car will be called upon.

FP1 and FP2 will be well worth watching as the drivers get the measure of the completely new layout.

But above all, the event is going to be full of top celebrities, and there will be plenty of good old fashioned American razzmatazz!

Why go to this one?

This could be the new Monaco, and you’d love to be able to say you were at the very first one, wouldn’t you?

As well as the racing, there are some top ranked artists performing at various venues around Las Vegas in the lead up to the Grand Prix.

The racing should be good, but above all, you should combine it with a holiday to enjoy Las Vegas, which is one of the most fascinating places in the world.

Where’s the best place to watch?

General admission is currently sold out, but there are some super offers still for grandstand tickets, and dozens of amazing, and expensive “experience” style tickets.

There will be giant TV screens all around the circuit, and of course, there will be some fabulous views from the hotels with rooms facing onto it.

When is it this year?

18th November 2023

Las Vegas Grand Prix Offers

Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix 2024 from £2999 per person (published 07/07/23 TP)

  • Departing Heathrow 15 Nov 2024 (indirect flights 1 stop United Airlines)
  • Based on 2 Adults sharing
  • 4 nights at the 4* Hilton Grand Vacation Club, studio 1 king bed, room only
  • Includes 3 Day F1 tickets Grandstand HG1
  • Full payment required

Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix 2023 from £2799 per person (published 25/09/23 TP)

  • Departing London Heathrow 15 Nov 2023
  • 5 nights at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, studio king room, room only
  • Includes 3 Day F1 tickets West Harmon Grandstand HG3
    • Guests in the West Harmon Grandstands will witness drivers and teams make tactical decisions with views of the pit lane entry along with views of the braking zone heading into the final turn and finish line. The race day excitement will be taken to the next level with unique fan experiences, photo moments and more. Complimentary food by Wolfgang Puck Catering with water and soft drinks. Assigned seats.
  • Based on 2 adults sharing
  • Full payment required

Let’s book it!

We can arrange a Las Vegas Grand Prix package, stay for the race weekend, or extend your stay to combine with a tailor made USA trip. Please contact us or request a quote below.