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Formula 1 Racing in Las Vegas in 2023

Formula 1 is heading to Las Vegas starting in November 2023, the series announced Wednesday, March 30.

It will be on a Saturday night and will be 3.8 miles long with 14 turns. Cars could reach speeds up to 212 mph during the 50 lap-race.

F1 previously ran the Caesars Palace Grand Prix in Las Vegas from 1981-1982.

It marks the third F1 race in the United States.

“This is an incredible moment for Formula 1 that demonstrates the huge appeal and growth of our sport with a third race in the US,” F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali said. “Las Vegas is a destination known around the world for its excitement, hospitality, thrills, and of course, the famous Strip.

“There is no better place for Formula 1 to race than in the global entertainment capital of the world and we cannot wait to be here next year. I want to thank everyone who helped deliver this event, especially Governor Sisolak, the Clark County Commission, Steve Hill at the LVCVA, and our local partners.”

The series has run at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas each year from 2012-2021, excluding 2020, and is scheduled for Oct. 23 this year. Also, the Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix at the Miami International Autodrome will debut this May.

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Joy joined Frontstretch in 2019 as a NASCAR DraftKings writer, expanding to news and iRacing coverage in 2020. She's currently an assistant editor and involved with photos, social media and news editing. A California native, Joy was raised as a motorsports fan and started watching NASCAR extensively in 2001. She earned her B.A. degree in Liberal Studies at California State University Bakersfield in 2010.

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gbvette

I’m glade to see another F1 race coming to the US, but with so many beautiful, natural terrain tracks in the US, it’s a shame it’s going to be another street race. Hopefully it will replace one of the other street courses already on the F1 calendar, Saudi Arabia.

Kurt Johnson

I would love to see F1 at Road America some day. Good show.

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