The last time F1 had raced in Las Vegas was in 1984 at the Caesar's Palace Grand Prix, which took place in the parking lot of the famed Casino.
Now 37 years later F1 and Sin City itself made a 10 year agreement starting in the 2023-2024 season to host a proper Las Vegas Grand Prix, not in a parking lot this time.
The track, nicknamed The Wheel of Fortune, is set to encircle the city's most famous casinos, similar in premise to the Long Beach Grand Prix.
Paris, Caesar's Palace, Treasure Island, The Venetian, High-Roller, The Bellagio, M5G Sphere, and The Mirage will all be visible as F1 drivers soar down Las Vegas Boulevard for 50 laps.
This means that Las Vegas becomes the third Grand Prix in America, Miami new track debuts this May, and Austin has it's slot open for October.