Throughout the race weekend, various hotels and venues in Las Vegas will host special events, performances, driver appearances, and viewing parties. The Las Vegas monorail will be in operation to facilitate transportation. The Sphere, a newly opened venue, will host launch parties and musical acts, contributing to the diverse range of activities planned for fans.
Race Schedule and Circuit
The Formula 1 races will begin on Thursday with practice races. The main race, featuring 20 drivers, is scheduled for Saturday at 10:00 p.m. PST. The 3.8-mile street circuit will take drivers through the heart of Sin City, passing by iconic landmarks like the Sphere, Wynn, Harrah’s, Flamingo, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood, and Cosmopolitan.
As the anticipation builds for the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, the city grapples with the temporary inconveniences caused by the extensive preparations. The economic benefits and the influx of global spectators are expected to outweigh the challenges, offering a unique and thrilling experience for Formula 1 enthusiasts in Las Vegas.
Reference: Fox News
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