A 6.12km, 14-turn street circuit in the heart of downtown Las Vegas awaits the drivers in 2023, as Formula 1 heads to Nevada for the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

    The circuit will pose a unique challenge to the drivers, as it winds its way past iconic locations like Caesars Palace, the Bellagio and the Venetian.

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    With average speeds around the track set to be comparable to Formula 1’s original Temple of Speed – Italy’s Autodromo Nazionale Monza – teams will opt for a low-downforce set-up in Las Vegas to ensure they’re maximising their cars’ performance as they blast along the city’s world-famous Strip.

    Following the race’s announcement, check out the layout of the track by hitting play in the video up top, giving you a bird’s-eye view of how the circuit will thread through the legendary city.

    For the latest information on the Las Vegas Grand Prix, visit F1LasVegasGrandPrix.com