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In Las Vegas, Preparations for Next Year’s Grand Prix Have Begun

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, September 24, 2022 9:44 am

In Las Vegas, Preparations for Next Year’s Grand Prix Have Begun

LAS VEGAS – The F1 schedule will include Las Vegas starting with the 2023 season. In the US gambling city, they have already started getting ready for the Grand Prix next year. The organizers said on social media that work on the buildings, such as the paddock and pit boxes, has already begun.

Formula 1 said earlier this year that it will return to Las Vegas for the first time since the 1980s in 2023. In the past, the races were held in the parking lot of the famous Caesars Palace hotel. Next year, the royal class will try something bigger by running part of the course on the Strip. F1 also said it had bought a 15-hectare piece of land for $240 million, which will be used for the paddock and pit building. So work is now well under way to make this happen on time.

The race in Las Vegas also means that some high-end hotels and casinos can see the F1 track. Fans worry that this means only wealthy people will be able to go to the race.

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