Las Vegas 2024
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Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 22 November, 02:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 22 November, 06:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 23 November, 02:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 23 November, 06:00
Qualifying
Sun, 24 November, 06:00
Race
Welcome to the Las Vegas Grand Prix, the newest addition to the Formula 1 calendar after its 2023 debut, set against the iconic backdrop of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Strip Circuit brings the spectacle of F1 racing to one of the world’s most famous entertainment destinations, somehow rivalling Monaco's glamour and excitement, but in a very Vegas way.
Designed to showcase the city’s landmarks, the 6 km tour of Sin City delivered thrilling racing under the neon lights last year to make it an instant hit.
Circuit Overview:
Las Vegas Strip Circuit's 17 turns and 6.201 km (3.853 miles) distance is a high-speed challenge featuring long straights and tight corners that navigate through and around the city’s iconic Strip.
The first and third sectors see a handful of corners simply interrupting the flat-out racing that succeeds and precedes them, and the DRS runs into Turn 5 and especially Turn 14 serve as the circuit's prime overtaking spots
Sector 2, by comparison, is the technical part of the track that circumnavigates the unmissable Sphere, before spitting the drivers out onto Las Vegas Boulevard, AKA The Strip.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Las Vegas Strip Circuit
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
First Grand Prix: 2023
Circuit Length: 6.201 km (3.853 miles)
Race Distance: 309.958 km (192.599 miles)
Laps: 50
Lap Record: 1:35.490 (Oscar Piastri, McLaren, 2023)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P12
Fastest Lap: 1:37.357 (Lap 50)
Qualifying: P6 (1:33.323)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:37.740 (Lap 32)
Qualifying: P7 (1:33.513)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Las Vegas GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Alan Jones, 1980, in the Caesar’s Palace GP)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Carlos Reutemann, 1980, in the Caesar’s Palace GP)
Alex's Best Finish: P12 (2023)
Logan's Best Finish: P16 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: We locked out the third row in 2023 with our best qualifying performance of the season as Alex and Logan set quick laps in Q3, before advancing up the order one position following a penalty for Ferrari.
Las Vegas At A Glance
State Capital: Carson City
Population: 3.1 million (Nevada)
Size: 286,380 sq km (Nevada)
Language: English
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
Las Vegas 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 22 November, 02:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 22 November, 06:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 23 November, 02:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 23 November, 06:00
Qualifying
Sun, 24 November, 06:00
Race
Welcome to the Las Vegas Grand Prix, the newest addition to the Formula 1 calendar after its 2023 debut, set against the iconic backdrop of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Strip Circuit brings the spectacle of F1 racing to one of the world’s most famous entertainment destinations, somehow rivalling Monaco's glamour and excitement, but in a very Vegas way.
Designed to showcase the city’s landmarks, the 6 km tour of Sin City delivered thrilling racing under the neon lights last year to make it an instant hit.
Circuit Overview:
Las Vegas Strip Circuit's 17 turns and 6.201 km (3.853 miles) distance is a high-speed challenge featuring long straights and tight corners that navigate through and around the city’s iconic Strip.
The first and third sectors see a handful of corners simply interrupting the flat-out racing that succeeds and precedes them, and the DRS runs into Turn 5 and especially Turn 14 serve as the circuit's prime overtaking spots
Sector 2, by comparison, is the technical part of the track that circumnavigates the unmissable Sphere, before spitting the drivers out onto Las Vegas Boulevard, AKA The Strip.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Las Vegas Strip Circuit
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
First Grand Prix: 2023
Circuit Length: 6.201 km (3.853 miles)
Race Distance: 309.958 km (192.599 miles)
Laps: 50
Lap Record: 1:35.490 (Oscar Piastri, McLaren, 2023)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P12
Fastest Lap: 1:37.357 (Lap 50)
Qualifying: P6 (1:33.323)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:37.740 (Lap 32)
Qualifying: P7 (1:33.513)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Las Vegas GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Alan Jones, 1980, in the Caesar’s Palace GP)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Carlos Reutemann, 1980, in the Caesar’s Palace GP)
Alex's Best Finish: P12 (2023)
Logan's Best Finish: P16 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: We locked out the third row in 2023 with our best qualifying performance of the season as Alex and Logan set quick laps in Q3, before advancing up the order one position following a penalty for Ferrari.
Las Vegas At A Glance
State Capital: Carson City
Population: 3.1 million (Nevada)
Size: 286,380 sq km (Nevada)
Language: English
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
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