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F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets to go on sale next week

Updated October 26, 2022 - 7:37 pm

Formula One fans will get their first chance to purchase tickets to the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix next week.

American Express card members can purchase tickets to the race taking place Nov. 16-18, 2023, starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday on Ticketmaster’s website, F1 announced Wednesday.

Those who signed up for the priority interest list — donating the $7.77 fee — will be able to purchase tickets beginning at 10 a.m. Nov. 3. Tickets are slated to go on sale to the general public at 10 p.m. Nov. 5.

All grandstand and general admission tickets will be sold as three-day passes and start at $500. Tickets include all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages and are limited to eight per customer.

“The Las Vegas Grand Prix is set to be an incredible event and in just over 12 months the best drivers on the planet will be racing through the streets of the entertainment capital of the world,” Stefano Domenicali, president and CEO of Formula One said in a statement. “It’s going to be something no one will want to miss and the energy and enthusiasm for the race is already building. We know our passionate US fans and those from all over the world will want to be there to witness the thrill first hand and we can’t wait for November 18th, 2023.”

The race is planned to start at 10 p.m. Nov. 18, 2023, featuring 50 laps with cars going in excess of 212 mph.

There will be a variety of seating options available throughout the planned 3.8-mile track located on portions of the Las Vegas Strip and Koval Lane between Spring Mountain Road and Harmon Avenue. Prices for each fan zone weren’t available.

Paddock Club

Race fans can get the best view of the start/finish line at the Paddock Club set to be built on 39 acres on the northeast corner of the Harmon-Koval intersection. This section will feature the most fans of any of the nine viewing zones. The paddock is set to be four stories and feature 13 race team pit areas on level 1, club level space on levels two and three and a rooftop terrace on the fourth floor.

Wynn Grid Club

Touted as a 1920s Great Gatsby vibe with a modern soundtrack, the area is being advertised at the best vantage point to view the race. Set to be located inside the Paddock Club, the space will feature upscale beverage options.


Skyboxes located above the premium start/finish grandstand will feature some of the best views of the start/finish line and is an ideal spot to catch pre-and-post race activities.


Private suites will give fans a great view of the race as drivers head into the Koval straight away from the Las Vegas Strip.

Shared hospitality

The shared hospitality area will provide attendees an elevated view of turns four and five and will feature upscale food and drinks in a semi-private space.

East Harmon zone

The East Harmon zone will allow for up-close views of the race. These grandstands will surround the paddock with views of pit lane, start/finish line and turns one through four.

Sphere zone

Located near the MSG Sphere, grandstands in the Sphere zone will have the best view of the hard right-hand turn five, the high-speed turn six, the turn seven/turn eight chicane, and turn nine that leads racing action back toward the lights of the Strip.

West Harmon zone

The Harmon grandstands will provide views of the pit lane entry and the Harmon Straight, leading into turn 17 and the finish line.

General admission

The cheapest option to attend the race, a general admission ticket will get fans in the racing action located in the Sphere zone.

Contact Mick Akers at makers@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-2920. Follow @mickakers on Twitter.

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