How much are Las Vegas Formula 1 tickets?

Formula 1 has finally arrived in Las Vegas, the highly-anticipated race gets underway this weekend and it seems the entire world is waiting for lights out. 

It’s set to be arguably the biggest-ever event for the sport and some believe it has the potential to be the biggest sporting event of the year.

The F1 drivers will be taking to the street circuit across the Las Vegas strip, which includes world-famous hotels, casinos and neon lights.

With motorsports’ rapid growth across the US, The Sporting News takes a look at the price of tickets for the event. 

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While general admission tickets for each day/session has already sold out there are still a limited number of tickets available on the official F1 website here.

Ticket prices updated as of November 14

Prices on Vivid Seats above, a recognised secondary market ticketing marketplace, may exceed or fall short of face value based on demand. 

They provide a 100% buyer guarantee, which guarantees a safe and secure transaction and the delivery of your tickets ahead of time.

If you thought the above prices were expensive then exclusive packages like ‘The Bellagio Fountain Club’ which offers views of the strip located above the circuit, a meet and greet with F1 ambassadors, and ‘an all-inclusive unlimited curated menu by celebrated chefs and a premium bar’, will set you back a whopping $11,247 per person.

Paddock Club experiences down at the new F1 pit complex are going for $15,000 and include five-day access and more exclusive F1 experiences.

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As mentioned above, a array of big stars will be taking the stage for the opening ceremony.

John Legend, J Balvin, Journey, Keith Urban, Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Steve Aoki,, Andra Day and Bishop Briggs are also set to take the stage.

Vegas staples will also be in among the singers and songwriters. Thirty Seconds to Mars, The Blue Man Group and Cirque du Solei will have a performance. 

Here’s the schedule for free practice 1 ahead of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, with drivers out from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. local time on Thursday. Here’s how that translates into other major territories.

The second free practice session will take place on the same day in Nevada, running from midnight to 1:00 a.m. local time on early Friday morning. 

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Free practice 3 is from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. local time on Friday evening. 

Qualifying gets under way later on that night, at 12.00 a.m. local time. Here’s how that time translates to places around the world:

The main event takes place on Saturday in Las Vegas, with a start time of 10 p.m. local time. It’s been moved to the Saturday evening so that for the majority of the world’s population, it will still be Sunday. 

Here’s how to tune in to the Las Vegas Grand Prix, with major broadcasters in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia all screening the event and many online streams also available around the world.

How much are Formula 1 Las Vegas ticket prices? Seat costs for F1’s 2023 Grand Prix

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