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F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix has incredible £4 million package which includes Adele concert and Rolls Royce chauffeur service

F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix has incredible £4 million package which includes Adele concert and Rolls Royce chauffeur service

The first ever Las Vegas Grand Prix promises to be quite the F1 spectacle in 2023.

The first ever Las Vegas Grand Prix is to feature an extremely rare £4 million VIP package and it sounds absolutely mental.

Vegas, commonly referred to as the entertainment capital of the world, will be the most exciting addition to the Formula One calendar in 2023.

It hosted the Caesars Palace Grand Prix in 1981 and 1982 but an F1 grand prix has not been staged in Sin City since then.

The anticipation for the event is through the roof and tickets sold out within minutes. The cheapest general admission tickets started at $500 but it's also emerged that Caesars Entertainment are selling an 'Emperor's Package' for anyone with serious cash to splash.

Only 12 people can enjoy the experience, which includes tickets to see the phenomenal Adele at Caesars Palace as part of her long residency and a five-night stay at a luxury 4,700-square-foot terrace suite overlooking the Las Vegas strip circuit.

As per The Mirror, they also get a private meal at Nobu, a 24-hour butler, Rolls Royce chauffeuring and Paddock Club passes for the big race on November 18.

Premium tickets are priced at $2,000 and will include all food and drink as well as three-day access. But anyone wanting to attend the penultimate race in the F1 calendar will also have to fork out big for hotels.

"In terms of price positioning we are going to be on the top side because this is Las Vegas and that is the nature of the customer coming to Las Vegas," F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali explained.

Vegas is expecting “170,000 visitors on race weekend to account for 400,000 nights of hotel rooms and an estimated economic impact of half a billion dollars,” Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said.

Some of the biggest names in F1 were at the launch, where details of the race were revealed.

It starts in a parking lot no longer use and features 17 corners and 1.193 mile straight for the likes of Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez to race on under the lights.

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Topics: Formula 1