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Las Vegas GP 2023: When to watch practice, qualifying, Grand Prix and opening ceremony as F1 takes over The Strip | F1 News
Las Vegas GP 2023: When to watch practice, qualifying, Grand Prix and opening ceremony as F1 takes over The Strip | F1 News


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Formula 1 heads to the Las Vegas Grand Prix, live on Sky Sports F1

It’s finally here! Watch live on Sky Sports as Formula 1 makes its long awaited return to Las Vegas for what promises to be one of the most spectacular sporting events of the year.

After months of wondering what it will be like to see the world’s best racing cars on the Las Vegas Strip, the wait is almost over. F1 is returning to Las Vegas for the first time since the 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix, with an all-new circuit twisting through some of the city’s most famous landmarks set to provide thrilling scenes under the lights.

World champion Max Verstappen arrives in search of a record-extending 18th win of his historic title-winning campaign, but has admitted there are several unknowns going into the penultimate Grand Prix of the season.

Along with the all-new circuit, the expected low evening temperatures in which qualifying and the race will take place are set to create major unpredictability.

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With Formula One heading to Las Vegas for the next race, Max Verstappen gave his thoughts on racing along the iconic strip!

Behind Verstappen, Sergio Perez is on the brink of sealing Red Bull’s first one-two in the drivers’ standings to accompany their constructors’ title. Meanwhile, Mercedes are looking to protect a 20-point lead over Ferrari as they seek to claim the significant prize-money boost that will be provided by holding onto second in the constructors’ standings.

With an eight-hour time different between Las Vegas and the United Kingdom, the night-time sessions on The Strip will be coming through early in the morning for Sky Sports F1 viewers, providing the perfect breakfast-time entertainment.

In addition to all three practice sessions, qualifying and the race being shown live on Sky Sports, there is the added bonus of the opening ceremony airing on Thursday, with performances from John Legend, will.i.am and Journey.

– Watch the star-studded opening ceremony at 1:45pm on Thursday November 16

– Qualifying begins at 8am on Saturday November 18, with build-up from 7am

– Las Vegas Grand Prix gets under way at 6am on Sunday November 19, with build-up from 4.30am

Drivers’ championship top 10 ahead of Las Vegas GP

Driver Team Points
1) Max Verstappen Red Bull 524
2) Sergio Perez Red Bull 258
3) Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 226
4) Fernando Alonso Aston Martin 198
5) Lando Norris McLaren 195
6) Carlos Sainz Ferrari 192
7) Charles Leclerc Ferrari 170
8) George Russell Mercedes 156
9) Oscar Piastri McLaren 87
10) Lance Stroll Aston Martin 63

Constructors’ championship top five ahead of Las Vegas GP

Team Points
1) Red Bull 782
2) Mercedes 382
3) Ferrari 362
4) McLaren 282
5) Aston Martin 261

When to watch the Las Vegas GP live only on Sky Sports F1

Thursday November 16

Friday November 17

Saturday November 4

Sunday November 5

Get ready for the big one: Formula 1 in Las Vegas! See drivers race down the Strip, and past landmarks like Caesars Palace and the Bellagio, on F1’s newest street track. Watch the whole Las Vegas GP weekend live on Sky Sports F1 on November 17-19. Stream F1 on Sky Sports with NOW

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