F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix ticket presale registration website launched – Las Vegas Review-Journal

A website launched Monday giving fans the ability to get to the front of the line for tickets for the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix.
A website launched Monday giving fans the ability to get to the front of the line for tickets for the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Fans interested in the ticket pre-registration can do so on the race’s website, register.f1lasvegasgp.com, which will give them access to a presale event slated for October. Race officials expect the demand to outpace the 100,000-plus official spectator capacity for the November 2023 race.
“A ticket to the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be the hottest ticket in global sport next year,” Stefano Domenicali, president and CEO of Formula 1, said in a statement.
The exact date has yet to be released for the November 2023 race that will see cars reaching speeds of more than 200 mph. Drivers will race 50 laps at night in-and-around the Strip on a course that features three main straights and 17 corners.
Drivers will pass several notable properties in the Resort Corridor including the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Wynn and Encore resorts, Venetian and Palazzo resorts and the MSG Sphere.
The race is contracted to take place for three years beginning next year, but all involved hope to make the race the marquee U.S. F1 race.
Fans signing up for the ticket pre-registration will be asked to donate $7.77 to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Foundation. The donations will be used in part to provide one million free meals to the local Las Vegas community.
Las Vegas Grand Prix CEO Renee Wilm noted race organizers are working with Three Square Food Bank and The Just One Project to ensure the race’s impact is felt outside of the $1 billion in direct economic impact the event weekend is expected to generate.
“We are in Las Vegas for the long term and look forward to contributing to the community in many ways over the coming years. One million free meals is just the beginning,” Wilm said in a statement.
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Nevada’s largest employer is chomping at the bit at the possibilities of the first F1 race in Las Vegas since 1982 and is planning multiple race packages.
Liberty Media, F1’s parent company, closed on 39 acres near the Strip on the northeast corner of Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane for $240 million.
F1 owner Liberty Media purchased nearly 40 acres for a 50-lap Grand Prix in Las Vegas next year.
In addition, Madison Square Garden Entertainment executives also announced they are negotiating a partnership with Formula One.
Millions of dollars are spent every year by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority on sponsorships designed to bring even more money into the city.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors agreed to pay $6.5 million a year over three years to bring the Grand Prix to the resort corridor.
After unveiling plans for a dramatic race on the Strip, the company behind Formula One says it’s also buying property near Las Vegas’ casino corridor for a hefty price.
Before the Las Vegas race, organizers have to deal with a legal dispute between a Miami tech entrepreneur with ties to the Strip, and Formula One and Liberty Media.
The Formula One race on the Strip is still 19 months away. But you can already bet on the winning team in the November 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix at Station Casinos.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix’s circuit will mainly have drivers racing on Las Vegas Boulevard at night between Spring Mountain Road and Harmon Avenue, with a portion of the course including Koval Road to the east of the Strip.
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