Get ready to invest in earplugs for your next Las Vegas trip — as well as a good luck shoe to drink from. The Las Vegas Grand Prix is coming to the Strip this November, and the roaring of the cars and fans won’t soon be forgotten.
Festivities already started in 2022, when the “Painting of the Start Line” kicked off on the pending raceway last November. As the city gears up to host this legendary F1 Las Vegas race, the stakes — and accommodation price tags — are getting higher with each passing week.
Formula One (F1) events happen all over the world. Don’t miss a day of the action and consult the race map below — as well as our map of Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.
Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023 Details
Dates: Thursday, November 16 to Saturday, November 18, 2023
Track: Seventeen zones make up the Formula One raceway, looping around Las Vegas Boulevard, Koval Lane and on Harmon Avenue, where the first corner is located. An area of 3.8 miles covers the Las Vegas Grand Prix raceway, with cars reaching speeds of up to 212 miles per hour.
Events: A ribbon-cutting Welcome ceremony will commence — with invite-only ticket holders only attending. Select guests will be allowed to visit the backstage areas. At the end of the weekend, an awards ceremony will bestow the three top drivers with their trophies.
Collaborations: Formula 1’s parent company will work with local charity Three Squares Food Bank to provide over one million meals to those in need during race season.
Parking: Search “Las Vegas Street Circuit” in maps to find the best Strip parking for the race days.
F1 Las Vegas Hotel and Viewing Packages
Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix doesn’t kick off until November, but stays are getting snatched up. While some of these are sold out, additional rooms and deals may open up closer to the race days.
Check out some of the packages at the Strip resorts to book rooms for any number of guests looking to enjoy the races, or to discover more advantages to book six- and seven-figure packages.
As the exclusive club of Formula 1, Paddock Club is the premier hospitality experience for Grand Prix event visitors. Located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, it’s where all the media hubbub will most likely commence — and the best photo and video ops.
Get in on the action with Paddock Club perks. Paddock Club Hospitality areas will take care of viewers with the best in snacks, sips and more. Ticket holders can take advantage of exclusive watch zones and grounds access, as well as:
- Guided tours of Paddock Club;
- Pit lane walks and behind-the-scenes access to the drivers and stars;
- Food and beverages curated by onsite chefs;
- The camaraderie of thousands of other fans.
Suites and Skybox Suites also offer views of the race below, from the start and finish lines at Turns 1 and 17. Benefits to these grounds include two four-day tickets and unlimited food and beverage allowances.
Extraordinary F1 Las Vegas Package at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn
A deluxe package deal from Wynn includes more than just race tickets. Some of the numerous perks include the following:
- A champagne and caviar welcome gift;
- Three-bedroom suite at Encore for a four-night stay for six guests;
- Complimentary spa, salon and golf course sessions;
- Wynn Grid Club access, located inside Paddock Club;
- Dinner for six at Delilah Lounge, Wynn’s very own elevated diner;
- Breakfast credit.
Wynn visitors can also stop into Wynn Grid Club, set in a designated spot of the Paddock Club hospitality areas.
$5M F1 Las Vegas “Emperor Package” at Nobu Hotel
Caesars Entertainment pulled out all the stops for their all-inclusive package, which consists of:
- 12 Paddock Club tickets;
- A designated VIP host and personal driver;
- Two “Weekends with Adele” tickets, to witness one of the highest-grossing Las Vegas residencies during her reign at the Caesars Palace Colosseum;
- Complimentary Seven Star Status as a Caesars Entertainment Rewards member.
The Middle of the Action at Caesars Palace
Select PG1 Grandstand packages to stay in one of the MGM properties next to the race action. Perks include views that house the pit crew inside the east Harmon zone, along with a three-day stay commitment.
A PG2 Grandstand package is a less intense choice for F1 Las Vegas, with an all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drink allowance and two tickets.
Score Balcony Views of the Track from The Cosmopolitan
As any seasoned Vegas visitor will know, balcony hotel rooms on the Strip are a rare commodity. The Cosmopolitan has track-facing accommodations with all of the comforts of luxury suites, with outdoor terraces for optimal viewing.
Lucky Packages at Resorts World
At a cool $888,000 for the weekend’s festivities equals the lushest of perks:
- Private first-class air transportation from anywhere in the world, along with exclusive airport transportation;
- A pre-celebration event inside a private courtyard;
- Tickets for VIP theater, luxury suites and tailoring service;
- A Louis XIII dinner with custom-engraved decanters for the guests.
Bespoke packages including Conrad and Crockfords packages, along with Legacy Zouk Experience, Pole Position and Starting Line bundles. Select packages include resort credit, Paddock Club tickets and casino free play, among other offerings.
Watch from Las Vegas Strip Sportsbooks
Many casinos will be streaming the race from the comfort of the massive TVs located in each respective sportsbook. Read up on the casino sportsbooks inside the Vegas resorts to pick your position for F1 watching.
Before the F1® Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023
Europe’s version of NASCAR upholds all of the excitement and prestige stateside — as well as all over the world. Nearly 100 years of flexing the strongest engines known to mankind alongside record-breaking speed levels has entertained and astounded millions of race fans.
Monaco Grand Prix’s first race took place in 1929. World War II saw interruptions in the annual race schedule, but the tradition of celebrating innovations in machinery and tech has been a constant in the journey.
Ferraris used to dominate the track, but Aston Martins and McLarens — among many other brand-sponsored models — and more joined as automotive greats in races past.
Racing Things To Do in Las Vegas
Scratch the itch to go fast. If driving your own circuit is the best way to explore the city, check out these race tracks that let the need for speed take the wheel.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway: Head out into the boonies to enjoy another caliber of professional races, such as the Pennzoil 400, Jr. Dragsters races and various NASCAR weekends.
K1 Speed: Formerly Pole Position Raceway, K1 Speed in an indoor go-karting facility that hosts night drives, lessons and competitions.
Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center: Set next to the Summerlin freeway, a slew of family-friendly activities awaits. Besides cars, go-karting and arcade slinging are on the agenda for several hours of entertainment.
Rental Cars in Las Vegas
For off-Strip activities like seeing the Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, reserve a rental car service in Vegas to get around in style — while abiding by the speed limit.
Frequently Asked Questions about F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023
How much will Las Vegas F1 tickets be?
At time of writing, general admission tickets for the Las Vegas Grand Prix are sold out. The official price was $2500, but Shared Hospitality and SkyBox tickets are available for $8k and $10k, respectively.
Is F1 Las Vegas sold out?
Yes, some tickets are sold out. Many deluxe deals are nonrefundable, so it’s wise not to cancel. More tickets are opening up for purchase throughout spring in Las Vegas, Nevada, so watch the ticketing sites. Guests can still book rooms at the resorts without purchasing a package if the reason for the visit isn’t the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
When is F1 in Las Vegas?
Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix is November 16 to 18, 2023.
How can I see my F1 tickets?
F1 Las Vegas tickets will be sent out shortly before arrival into Las Vegas. Download one of the MGM apps for additional information. If your confirmation number was lost, request help through official concierge services or the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix website.
How long will the Formula 1 Las Vegas contract last?
The official Grand Prix series will commence over a three-year period, ending in 2025. Las Vegas joins Miami, Florida and Austin, Texas for the three US-based races in 2023.
What hotels to watch F1 Vegas?
Dozens of hotels on the Las Vegas Strip will have unbeatable vantage points of the Formula One racing track. The Venetian Resort has an MSG Grandstands viewing point, along with three nights to watch the various warm-up and race events throughout the weekend. Stay packages at other hotels like Planet Hollywood and Paris Las Vegas are perfect for taking in the track activities.