F1: Las Vegas Circuit promises to match Monza speeds; get to know the track


November 15, 2023 08:30

The 2023 Formula 1 season promises to bring a unique experience with the debut of the new circuit in Las Vegas, which promises to delight both drivers and fans. This innovative circuit, located in the heart of vibrant Las Vegas, offers a challenging 6.2km track with 17 turns, taking in iconic locations such as Caesars Palace, Bellagio and the Venetian.

History and Legacy
Las Vegas has already hosted F1 races in 1981 and 1982, under the name of the Caesars Palace Grand Prix, events that marked the history of the sport. Alan Jones and Michele Alboreto were the winners of these races, while Nelson Piquet and Keke Rosberg won their world titles on these tracks. This historical legacy now merges with the modernity of the new circuit.

Circuit Characteristics
The expectation is that the Las Vegas circuit will match the legendary Monza in speed, known as the ‘Temple of Speed’ of F1. The combination of high-speed straights and technical curves promises exciting racing and plenty of overtaking opportunities, offering an unparalleled spectacle on the Formula 1 scene.

Reasons not to miss the Las Vegas GP
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is ​​already creating great anticipation, heightened by the 2022 launch event that has given drivers and fans a glimpse of what’s to come. The race, which will be held on a Saturday night, promises to combine the festive atmosphere of Las Vegas with the spectacle of F1, promising to be one of the most exciting events of 2023.

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