Las Vegas wants to stay on the calendar forever
The organizers of the Las Vegas Grand Prix are striving to ensure that the stage receives an eternal registration
The organizers of the Las Vegas Grand Prix are striving to ensure that the stage receives an eternal registration in the Formula 1 calendar.
Now the contract, which comes into force in 2023, is designed for three years, but given that the owners of Formula 1 Liberty Media are among the promoters of the stage, there is no doubt about its prosperous future.
For Liberty Media, the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be what the Monaco Grand Prix was for Bernie Ecclestone.
Emily Prather, Commercial Vice President of Las Vegas Grand Prix: "For us, it looks like we bought a piece of land with the intention of holding races here. And obviously we don't want to take the stage for only three years – we want Formula 1 to stay here forever.
We believe that the uniqueness of this event will help the development of sports. By the first Grand Prix, a permanent infrastructure will be created and we plan to use it all year round."