F1 in Las Vegas 2023

The Formula 1 Race in Las Vegas is one of the most anticipated events in Vegas for 2023.

November 16-18, 2023, F1 fans and celebrities worldwide will descend upon the neon city for the race of their lives.

Officially named The Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023, race weekend will be one of the hottest and most unforgettable weekends on the Las Vegas Strip this year.

While the entire weekend is full of fun and excitement, the actual race happens at 10 pm Saturday, November 18th.

f1 in las vegas 2023

F1 Vegas Track Information

The Las Vegas Grand Prix Track will loop 3.8 miles around some of the most iconic landmarks in Las Vegas with drivers going upwards of 200 miles per hour.

The starting line will be at the corner of Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane, at the site of the Paddock Building. The track will be divided into zones with grandstands and general admission tickets available for each zone.

  • MSG Sphere Zone
  • North Koval Zone
  • South Koval Zone
  • East Harmon Zone
  • Paddock Zone
  • West Harmon Zone
  • MGM Zone
  • Caesars Zone
F1 Las Vegas 2023 route and map
Here is a preview of the map from f1vegasgp.

Where to Watch Formula One in Vegas

The zones that divide the track include a grandstand and general admission seating with the purchase of a ticket.

Tip: Hotel prices in Vegas during F1 weekend are expensive. Keep track of the latest hotel prices here.

Many of the hotels on the Las Vegas Strip will also have rooms with views of the track if you’d rather watch from above, including The LINQ, Flamingo, The Cromwell, Horseshoe, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Bellagio, Caesar’s Palace, Treasure Island, Palazzo, and ARIA.

F1 Las Vegas Tickets and Prices

Tickets will go on sale in early Spring 2023, and the demand is expected to exceed the 100,000 spectator capacity far, so make sure to sign up for the alerts at f1lasvegasgp.com

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All passes are for the entire weekend. No single-day passes will be sold.

General admission and grandstand tickets are all-inclusive, with food and non-alcoholic beverages included.

  • General admission (standing room only) $500
  • Grandstands: $2,000-$2,500
  • Skyboxes at East Harmon Zone: $10,000

Premium tickets will also be available that include gourmet food and alcoholic, top-shelf beverages through Paddock Club. Customers will need to inquire directly with Paddock Club to secure those exclusive tickets.

Hotels that are hosting grandstands for the Formula 1 race will also be selling grandstand packages that include tickets and overnight accommodations.

Some hotels are even offering once-in-a-lifetime all-access packages, such as Wynn, where for $1 million, you and five friends can get access all weekend to VIP spaces along the track, official F1 activations not available anywhere else, and exclusive events and experiences throughout the weekend. The million-dollar package includes four nights at Encore, an invite to the kick-off and red-carpet party, and more.

Keep your eyes out for other hotel packages and exclusive deals being offered in the early Spring of 2023.

*Children are permitted to attend, and children 24 months and younger are not required to have an individual ticket so long as they sit on their parent’s lap during the event.

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