The Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix has become one of the most anticipated events of the year, and when sport, glamor and spectacle come together in the entertainment capital of the world, expectations rise to a level never imagined. .
Let’s start from the most basic, which at the same time is what makes the Las Vegas Grand Prix: A 6.1 kilometer long street circuit that will run along the Strip with curves, hairpins and fast straights.
The first curve is a hairpin, and then. The route turns left, and then right to reach the city streets. The cars will travel 800 meters along Koval Lane, before entering a 90-degree turn and surrounding the new great icon of Las Vegas, The Sphere.
The race’s main straight is 1.4 kilometers and is the longest on the Formula 1 calendar, which will allow cars to reach speeds of up to 342 kilometers per hour. The circuit also has two DRS zones, which are located on the main straight and the exit straight.
But the Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix is not only about the race, speed and rivalries, but also about the luxury and glamor that this city never stops offering, and after visiting the city and learning about the preparations for the GP All I can say is get ready for an event like you’ve never seen before!
Las Vegas GP: The only Grand Prix with an Opening Ceremony
If the Strip is usually spectacular, imagine what it will be like with the fusion of engines roaring through the streets and the dazzling lights and signs illuminating the Las Vegas sky.
The Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix is the only Grand Prix that will have its own opening ceremony which will take place on the night of Wednesday, November 15 and will feature special appearances by Andra Day, J Balvin, Steve Aoki and many more.
As if that were not enough, the technical display will be impressive, since the opening ceremony of the Las Vegas GP will be held on seven stages created with LEDs, not counting the laser beam show and of course, a drone show that will illuminate the sky of Las Vegas in a unique way.
The best chefs in the world will cook at the Las Vegas Grand Prix
Man does not live on speed and adrenaline alone, and the Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix is more than clear about this, which is why the organizers have curated the best selection of gastronomic experiences to delight all attendees (who can pay).
On Thursday, November 16, Gordon Ramsay He will cook a three-course menu in his Ramsay’s Kitchen at Harrah’s Hotel at a cost of $250 per person.
But the experience that is worth it is the dinner that will be offered on Friday, November 16 in the Paddock of the Las Vegas GP with a four-course menu and its respective pairing, while sharing his passion for Formula 1, before they begin. night practices.
For his part, the chef Nobu Matsuhisa will provide sushi experiences at Nobu at Caesar’s Palace limited to 14 people each, costing $500 per person.
For the hangover? On Sunday, November 19, the Italian-American chef Giada Delaurentiis He has prepared a brunch overlooking the runway at his Giada restaurant located in the Cromwell Hotel, at a cost of $250 per person.
Las Vegas GP: The Bellagio Fountains are transformed
The Bellagio fountains are an iconic landmark in Las Vegas and for the Formula 1 Grand Prix they have undergone a simply spectacular transformation, starting with the creation of the Bellagio Fountain Club which will be neither more nor less than the podium on which the winners of the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be awarded.
But that’s not all, because in addition to the awards, the Bellagio Fountain Club will offer a series of gastronomic experiences curated by none other than a lineup headed by the Chef Jose Andrés, Alaiin Ducasse, Cristina Tossi, Mario Carbone, David Chang and more, with packages that include lodging, tickets to watch the race from a privileged perspective Bellagio Fountain Club with unparalleled views, which will allow you to see the race on one side and its fountains on the other, in addition to the gastronomic delights of these chefs for the modest amount of $12 thousand dollars per person.
Las Vegas built a temporary bridge so as not to affect the race circuit