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Ticket prices for Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix come to light, it's absolutely ridiculously expensive

Ticket prices for Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix come to light, it's absolutely ridiculously expensive

Max Verstappen and co will be driving around a street circuit - but it will cost you an arm and a leg to be there

Formula 1 will visit Las Vegas next month for an iconic race in the so-called Entertainment Capital of the World - but if you want to go and watch it in person, it'll cost you an arm and a leg.

The 2023 Championship has been dominated by Max Verstappen and Red Bull, with the team sealing the Constructors' title in the last race at Suzuka in Japan.

Verstappen meanwhile is likely to wrap up his third Drivers' title at the next event in Qatar, underlining the dominance he has enjoyed this season in a Red Bull car which has won all but one race this year.

Formula 1 has American owners in the form of Liberty Media and there has been a push to attract a greater audience to the sport Stateside in recent years.

There are now three races in America, with events in Miami, the US Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas, and the race in Vegas.

This will be the first time Formula 1 has raced in Las Vegas in more than 40 years, the last time being in 1982 when the sport held an event on a temporary track around the car park of the famous Caesar's Palace hotel.

The race takes place over the weekend of November 18 and work is under way to construct the street track, which will include the famous Las Vegas Strip and it is costing a cool $80 million to get the roads up to standard for the event.

Construction of the Formula 1 track in Las Vegas is under way. (

Now there's no doubt that the prospect of seeing F1 cars battling out on one of the most famous cities in the world is very cool and will probably look fantastic - but if you want to be there in person to watch it, you're going to have to fork out.

A video on TikTok has listed the various tickets and packages on offer, which are quite frankly crazy money.

A standard general admission ticket just to get in is $500, though that is dirt cheap compared to what is coming up.

The Venetian Tower package includes three night stay there, two grandstand tickets, food and non-alcoholic drinks included for $8,800.

The Augustus Premium package will give you a king-size bedroom, access to the F1 Paddock - with wi-fi a chargeable extra - at a cost of $115,000.

The Lucky 888 package comes with a couple of suites and four standard rooms, 10 grandstand tickets, but only eight driver meet and greet tickets, at a cost of $888,000.

The Wynn Las Vegas package includes six VIP tickets with access to all of Wynn Casino offerings, such as golf and spa facilities, plus airport transfers - but at a cost of $1 million.

And last but by no means least, the Emperor package, which probably hints at the upcoming cost, includes a Nobu sky villa with a terrace for up to 75 people, 12 tickets to the F1 Paddock, a Rolls Royce driver for the weekend to ferry you about, as well as VIP tickets to go and see Adele in concert.

And the cost of this, you ask? Just a cool $5 million.

So if you're thinking of going, you might need quite a few mates involved to chip in and get the cost down.

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Topics: Formula 1