Formula One Tours Since 2004
You are here » Vegas

Silver - 5 nights

19 November 24 - 24 November 24

  • Airport transfer
  • 4* Hotel 5 nights in Vegas
  • VIP Hospitality
  • Open bar and lunch included
  • A seated dining experience
  • Return airport
  • GPA team on hand throughout
  • Prices do not include flights

£3990.00 pp / $5785 pp

More Details

Gold - 5 nights

19 November 24 - 24 November 24

  • Airport transfer
  • 4* Hotel 5 nights in Vegas
  • VIP Hospitality
  • View from Grandstand seats on the strip
  • Open bar and lunch included
  • Return airport
  • GPA team on hand throughout
  • Prices do not include flights

£6995.00 pp / $10,145 pp

More Details

Diamond - 5 nights

19 November 24 - 24 November 24

  • Airport transfers to and from
  • 5* Hotel 5 nights in Vegas
  • VIP Hospitality
  • Spectacular balcony views of the track
  • Open bar and lunch included
  • GPA team on hand throughout
  • Helicopter - Grand Canyon/Hoover Dam
  • Prices do not include flights

£9995.00 pp / $14,495 pp

More Details

Viewing ONLY - 2 nights

21 November 24 - 23 November 24

  • Great view for the Vegas Grand Prix
  • Amazing unique vantage point
  • Giant screen TV
  • Gourmet food and open bar
  • VIP Hospitality
  • GPA staff on hand to help
  • Great location
  • Prices do not include flights or hotels

£795.00 pp / $1155 pp

More Details

The Grand Prix is coming to Las Vegas!

The world-famous neon lit city in the desert of Nevada will become the newest event on the F1 calendar and one of three to be staged in the US from 2023, alongside Austin and Miami. The last time Formula One came to Vegas was way back in the early eighties, only appearing twice on the schedule - 1981 and 1982. The circuit was loved by spectators because of it being a street circuit and what a site it will be to watch the formula one racing cars screeching past all the famous landmarks, hotels, and casinos that this city has to offer.

The circuit will be held at night on the Saturday over 50 laps, with a 14-turn track over 3.8 miles (6.12km), with cars being able to reach over 210mph (340km/h) and three straights, a high-speed cornering sequence and a single chicane section.

Do you offer circuit transfers?

Yes we do, we will offer transfers to and from the circuit in Vegas.

What is the date of the Las Vegas 2023 race?

The Las Vegas GP precise date has now been announced and the race will take place on the Sunday 18th November 2023, we hope to see you there for all the excitement and to enjoy our hospitality.

Where is the race to be held in Vegas?

The F1 2024 event in Vegas will be in and around the actual famous Las Vegas Strip. It will be a street circuit held at night!

Las Vegas GP 2024 Race Schedule

Thu 21st Nov (Practice)
Fri 22nd Nov (Qualifying)
Sat 23rd Nov 10pm local time (Race)

Track Stats (planned):

Location: Las Vegas City and the Strip
Number of corners: 14
Laps: 50
Fastest Lap: N/A
Circuit Length: 6.12km (second longest street track)
Race Length: 306 km
Estimated top speed: 342km/h (estimated)
Fascinating fact: The first Grand Prix to be held in Las Vegas was in 1981 and called the Caesars Palace Grand Prix, Brazilian F1 Driver Nelson Piquet was to win the race that year on his way to becoming World Champion, the next year in Las Vegas would be the last at this venue until the expected resurgence of this event here in 2023.

Las Vegas Grand Prix Race 2023

The F1 Grand Prix is coming to Vegas again and all of us here at GPA are excited to find out what will happen here this year and know this event is one not to be missed.

Live Nation Entertainment and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) will be working in tandem with Liberty Media and F1 to help promote this event and make it become a regular on the F1 Calendar. The news of this exciting race was announced in March 2022 at an extravagant event in Vegas with the F1 and Liberty Presidents in attendance. We believe that this iconic venue and Formula One will make a perfect partnership and have F1 Fans thrilled all over the world and eager to be there to watch the event in person for years to come. If you would like to know more about Las Vegas and the Grand Prix, then please go to our Vegas GP 2023 blog page.

We will keep you posted on what we will offer our clients and really hope to see you in Nevada.

Don't take our word for it, here are a few words from the F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali:

“This is an incredible moment for Formula 1 that demonstrates the huge appeal and growth of our sport with a third race in the US. Las Vegas is a destination known around the world for its excitement, hospitality, thrills, and of course, the famous Strip.

For more information on this new event on the F1 calendar, then why check out the F1 Las Vegas GP website.

What Has Las Vegas Got to Offer?

People have many opinions of Vegas and what it has to offer, but no one can really says it is boring and if you think Las Vegas is nothing more than an array of windowless casinos and dated lounge acts, then we’ve got news for you. Sin City left most of its tawdry roots behind years ago, embracing a new philosophy of fun and entertainment for all ages that translates into an entity more like a high-class amusement park than a topless revue. Even families love Las Vegas for the rare opportunity to indulge the whole clan in one location.

Sure, gambling and shows are at the centre of most people’s itinerary. But the diversity of attractions and activities now on offer allows visitors to craft a Vegas holiday with much greater depth and dimension. Best of all, a getaway to Sin City doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg.

The Strip remains, as always, the nexus and lifeblood of the Vegas scene. Although development has slowed somewhat in the wake of the global recession, the US$11 billion City Centre complex recently opened with fanfare and rave reviews. Other attractions include new restaurants in the form of for example Nobu and superlative in-the-works endeavours like the High Roller, a massive observation wheel even taller than the London Eye, ensures Las Vegas has something fresh with each passing season and of course, now the Formula One Grand Prix is in town, what more do you want!

Take your pick of mega-resorts along the Strip, from the absolute luxury of Wynn Las Vegas to the Big Tent whimsy of Circus Circus. Cliché aside, in terms of accommodation, there really is something for everyone, whether you’re a group of friends looking to tear it up or a family with kids. Best of all, there has never been a better time to plan a travel Las Vegas holiday and we have a great selection of hotels available for our guests who choose one of our hospitality packages.

There’s no chance of Las Vegas reverting to a ghost town, even with the recession that could be gripping the American economy anytime soon. Sin City is holding its own, with plenty of big-name entertainment headlining the hotels. But the top resorts know these are thrifty times for tourists and have made it common practice to keep a selection of discounted package deals on offer. From golf and spa packages to multiple-night room rate bargains, there are savings everywhere you look.

Great Value Hospitality Packages for the Las Vegas GP are Available Now

If you would like to be one of the first to be kept informed on this exciting event, then please call us on 01382 480077 for more information and details on the amazing Grand Prix Hospitality Packages we have available, Nevada Style.