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WATCH: Relive the action from the 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix – the last time F1 raced in Las Vegas

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It's been over 40 years since a Formula 1 car took part in a race in Las Vegas. But with the announcement that F1 will be heading for a night race on the city's streets in 2023, that's all set to change next November.

The 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix – the second F1 race to be held in Las Vegas, after the 1981 edition – was that year’s season finale, with the 75-lap encounter won by Italian driver Michele Alboreto for Tyrell.

The podium that day was completed by McLaren’s John Watson and Ligier’s Eddie Cheever – but all eyes were on the driver who claimed P5, with Williams racer Keke Rosberg sweeping to his first title, despite having only taken one race victory that season.

READ MORE: Why the announcement of the Las Vegas Grand Prix is a seminal moment for F1

Click on the video player above to relive the action from the action-packed 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix – with more Las Vegas entertainment to come in 2023.

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

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