PSA: Las Vegas Grand Prix Dates Confirmed, So Book Your Penthouse ASAP
— 21 September 2022

PSA: Las Vegas Grand Prix Dates Confirmed, So Book Your Penthouse ASAP

— 21 September 2022
John McMahon
John McMahon

Formula 1 confirmed its provisional 2023 race calendar overnight, but there’s one race meet in particular that has had everybody’s attention since it was announced back in March. It’s the knockout newcomer to the motorsport circus and a soon-to-be masterclass in after-hours entertainment, the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

The Las Vegas GP will light up the iconic strip of hotels and casinos on the evening of November 18. It’s a Saturday – which those playing at home with their calendar windows would have noticed – and only the fourth time in history a Grand Prix has not been held on a Sunday. It’ll be the penultimate round of 24 races (the most stacked race calendar in history) and the third race held in the United States.

Until now, it was a mere calculated guessing game as to what weekend the Las Vegas GP was going to land in Sin City, and while most hotels have yet to release their availabilities for the dates, some indeed have. So if you were ever planning a trip to Vegas for one blow-out to rule them all, from today forward is the time to pounce. It’s worth noting, though, that the best options (in our opinion) are yet to release their availabilities, so keen hustlers will need to check constantly for the property they want to lock in.

Also, the Las Vegas GP is still subject to “to FIA circuit homologation” – which means there are outstanding parties yet to 100% approve and confirm the track’s design. It would be a very safe bet, however, to consider any and all properties directly on the Las Vegas strip to boast prime viewing of the racetrack, which is currently the longest stretch of the street circuit.

Las Vegas Grand Prix Track Map

The remainder of the 2023 Formula 1 calendar also has a few standouts, including the return of the Chinese Grand Prix and the Qatar Grand Prix, and the continued suspension of the Sochi Grand Prix in Russia.

The 2023 Formula 1 season will start in Bahrain on March 5 and conclude in Abu Dhabi on November 26. Despite its renewal as an F1 race for well over a decade, it looks as if the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park has lost its opening race privileges for now, and will remain in its April time slot as the third race of the year.

The 2023 Formula 1 Race Calendar

  • March 5: Bahrain, Sakhir
  • March 19: Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
  • April 2: Australia, Melbourne
  • April 16: China, Shanghai
  • April 30: Azerbaijan, Baku
  • May 7: USA, Miami
  • May 21: Italy, Imola
  • May 28: Monaco, Monaco
  • June 4: Spain, Barcelona
  • June 18: Canada, Montreal
  • July 2: Austria, Spielberg
  • July 9: United Kingdom, Silverstone
  • July 23: Hungary, Budapest
  • July 30: Belgium, Spa
  • August 27: Netherlands, Zandvoort
  • September 3: Italy, Monza
  • September 17: Singapore, Singapore
  • September 24: Japan, Suzuka
  • October 8: Qatar, Losail
  • October 22: USA, Austin
  • October 29: Mexico, Mexico City
  • November 5: Brazil, Sao Paulo
  • November 18: USA, Las Vegas
  • November 26: Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina

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John McMahon
John McMahon is a founding member of the Boss Hunting team who honed his craft by managing content across website and social. Now, he's the publication's General Manager and specialises in bringing brands to life on the platform.


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