The Las Vegas Grand Prix will join the Formula 1 calendar in 2023, making it the third F1 Grand Prix in the United States for next season (after Austin and Miami). The track will be 6.12 km long with maximum speeds estimated at over 342 km / h. There will be 50 laps to go with 3 main straights and 14 corners, including a sequence of high-speed corners and a chicane. The race will take place at night, on a Saturday in November, on the famous Las Vegas Strip, with the track running through a few of the most legendary monuments, hotels and casinos in the world. The incredible neon lights of Las Vegas will be the backdrop to the third Formula 1 race in the United States to reiterate, the official statement reads, “the great enthusiasm and enthusiasm in the United States for Formula 1 as this sport continues to grow. “The one in Nevada is a runaway F1. Las Vegas hosted two Grands Prix in 1981 and 1982.
I am happy about this new F1 race in a city like Las Vegas. I have positive impressions of the circuit. The only thing I don’t like is that the circuit has so many long straights and so many ninety degree corners. It’s a so very fast track, with very few slow turns. So after the Jeddah circuit, this is another high-speed city track compared to other slow city circuits such as Munich and Singapore.