MGM Resorts International announced Friday it will construct "one of the world’s most exclusive live sports-viewing experiences" for the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023, offering guests the opportunity to witness the race from grandstands built on the Bellagio lake.
Access to these seats is currently only available as part of MGM Resorts’ race-and-stay packages, which allow Formula 1 fans "to stay just steps away from the action." These are currently available at the MGM Rewards website.
The @F1LasVegas Grand Prix arrives November 16-18, 2023!— MGM Resorts (@MGMResortsIntl) November 10, 2022
Reserve your seat for the inaugural race with our Grandstand and Room Packages, which includes 3-day #F1 tickets and a stay at one of our resorts.
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The packages include a three-day race ticket at either the Bellagio Grandstands or Paddock Grandstands, and a three-night stay at participating MGM Resorts properties including Bellagio, Aria, Vdara, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Delano, Park MGM, New York-New York, Luxor and Excalibur.
Up to two race tickets can be purchased per package, and a minimum three-night stay is required. Food and non-alcoholic beverages within the grandstands are included.
MGM’s Chief Commercial Officer, Steve Zanella, commented: “In just over a year, F1 fans from around the globe will see how Las Vegas throws a party. In addition to the Bellagio Granstands, which will set new standards for event viewing, we will create a round-the-clock celebration worthy of this international spectacular.”
MGM Resorts’ Race Day Package options include the Bellagio Grandstand, which was described by the company as "a first-of-its-kind F1 race-day experience," featuring seats overlooking the tracks; and Paddock Grandstands, which will serve as a central point of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, and includes behind-the-scenes views of the pit lane and team garages.
Formula 1 held last week a launch party in Las Vegas ahead of the 2023 Grand Prix in 'Sin City.' The Las Vegas Grand Prix will appear on the F1 calendar for the first time in history next year, with the temporary street circuit due to incorporate the famous Strip.
Fans flocked to the celebration, which officially launched the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. During the event, the Mercedes duo composed of Hamilton and George Russell were present, along with Red Bull’s Sergio Perez, and Williams racer Alex Albon, showcasing their driving skills.