Pre-register for Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets – and help provide a million free meals through local charities


The Las Vegas Grand Prix will be the newest addition to the Formula 1 calendar in 2023, and now you have a chance to beat the rush and express your interest in attending the hottest new race in the sport – while also helping out local Nevada charities at the same time.

Back in March, Formula 1 announced Las Vegas would be returning to the Grand Prix racing calendar with a brand new track, and demand for tickets is expected to far exceed the 100,000+ official spectator capacity at the new event. But you can steal a march on the rest by putting your name down on the race's ticketing pre-registration portal, which is now live.

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“A ticket to the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be the hottest ticket in global sport next year,” said Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1.

“Taking over the sports and entertainment capital of the world for almost an entire week is going to be a game changer for Formula 1 and has the potential to set the benchmark for all global sports and entertainment events in the future. Fans won’t want to miss it.”

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The new race will take place in November, with F1's governing body the FIA set to confirm the full 2023 calendar soon. But if you're already excited to head to Vegas for the Grand Prix, you can sign up to the pre-registration portal at now.

And that's not all – you can also help out local charities at the same time. When signing up, fans will be asked to donate a lucky $7.77 to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Foundation, which will deploy these donations for projects improving the lives of Southern Nevada residents, including providing one million free meals to the local Las Vegas community through a relaunch of Three Square’s hot food rescue program in 2023.

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On working with local Las Vegas charities Three Square, Green Our Planet and Just One Project, Las Vegas Grand Prix’s Chief Executive Officer Renee Wilm said: “While we are confident in the positive economic impact the Grand Prix will bring to the greater Las Vegas area, we are focused on making a difference for those most in need.

"We are in Las Vegas for the long term and look forward to contributing to the community in many ways over the coming years. One million free meals is just the beginning.”

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Also now live are the Las Vegas Grand Prix’s social media accounts, with Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram under the @F1LasVegas handle, with all channels set to feature unique and curated Las Vegas Grand Prix content.

For more information, and to pre-register your interest in the race, head to now!

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