F1 boss sees ‘no better place’ for the sport than Las Vegas

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Method 1 will add a 3rd occasion in the USA to the calendar in 2023, it has been confirmed.

					F1 boss sees 'no better place' for the sport than Las Vegas


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Method 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has branded the completion of a deal to stage a Grand Prix in Las Vegas as “an unimaginable second” for the game.

F1 will return to Nevada in 2023 for the primary time in additional than 40 years, including to races in Miami and Austin as a 3rd US occasion.

It should even be the one race on the calendar to not be staged on a Sunday, with racing deliberate underneath the lights on a Saturday evening in November.

The three.8-mile observe seems to be set to incorporate a 1.7-mile blast down the Las Vegas Strip and previous Caesars Palace, the place two races had been held between 1981 and 1982.

“That is an unimaginable second for Method 1 that demonstrates the massive attraction and progress of our sport with a 3rd race within the US,” mentioned Domenicali.

Domenicali excited to see F1 meet world's leisure capital

Las Vegas’ arrival is the subsequent step in F1’s growth into the US market, with a fourth race a chance for the longer term, RacingNews365.com understands.

And for Domenicali, there isn’t any higher stage for the game than a race within the Metropolis of Lights.

“Las Vegas is a vacation spot recognized around the globe for its pleasure, hospitality, thrills, and naturally, the well-known Strip,” Domenicali continued.

“There isn’t a higher place for Method 1 to race than within the world leisure capital of the world and we can not wait to be right here subsequent 12 months.

“I wish to thank everybody who helped ship this occasion, particularly Governor Sisolak, the Clark County Fee, Steve Hill on the LVCVA, and our native companions.”

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					F1 boss sees 'no better place' for the sport than Las Vegas

					F1 boss sees 'no better place' for the sport than Las Vegas


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