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F1 in Las Vegas: when is the race, how much do tickets cost and where you can buy them?

For the first time in almost 40 years, Formula one is returning to Las Vegas and as you can imagine the demand for tickets is extremely high, but how much do they cost?

Gran Premio Las Vegas F1: Tickets, Precios y cuándo salen a la venta para el público

There is nothing quite like ‘Sin City,’ which is probably why Formula 1 has to hold a new Grand Prix there. To be fair, Las Vegas has seen Formula 1 action before, but this time around is set to be something quite different with a street circuit that’s going to give fans everything they want in a Grand Prix.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix

What awaits drivers in Las Vegas in 2023 is a 6.12km/3.8 miles, 17-turn street circuit that is set in the heart of downtown. With three straights and two DRS zones, the circuit is expected to offer a unique challenge to drivers, as it winds and bends its way past some of the city’s most famous locations such as Caesars Palace, the Bellagio and of course the Venetian.

Where speeds are concerned, the track is expected to go neck and neck with Formula 1′s original ‘Temple of Speed’ - Italy’s Autodromo Nazionale Monza, with an estimated top speed of 212mph/342kmh. As you can imagine, this will force drivers to take a strategic approach. Expect to see teams opting for a low-downforce set-up in Las Vegas in an effort to ensure that they can maximize their cars’ performance, while attempting to open up on the city’s world-famous Strip. The Las Vegas Grand Prix will be staged between November 16th and 18th.

How much do tickets cost for the Las Vegas Grand Prix?

According to Nevada Governor, Steve Sisolak, Las Vegas is expecting “170,000 visitors on race weekend to account for 400,000 nights of hotel rooms and an estimated economic impact of half a billion dollars.” With that in mind, you can probably guess that the demand for tickets is at an all-time high.

The starting price for General Admission tickets is $500, which includes “all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages.” In case you’re wondering, the General Admission area is located within the MSG Sphere section of the circuit which offers a view of turns 5-9. Additionally, reports have indicated that depending on demand for tickets, there may be official “Fan Zones” located elsewhere in the city, where fans who do not have tickets to the race can gather to watch the action unfold on large screen television. Here’s a breakdown of what the full range prices looks like:

East Harmon Zone (VIP)

The Skybox Shared Hospitality in the East Harmon Zone includes the start/finish straight and Turns 1-4 at the Las Vegas Street Circuit.

  • PH1 – Skybox Shared Hospitality for $10,000 USD (4-Day Ticket)
  • PG1 – Grandstand for $2,500 USD (3-Day Ticket)

MSG Sphere Zone

  • General Admission – Standing Room Only for $500 USD (3-Day Ticket)
  • SG3 Grandstand for $2000 USD (3-Day Ticket)
  • SG8 Grandstand for $2000 (3-Day Ticket)

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