Las Vegas Strip Circuit

Las Vegas Strip Circuit is a racing venue that hosts one of the Formula One World Championship races - the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Circuit Length:6.120 km (3.803 miles)
Number of Turns:17
Record Lap:1:35.490 Oscar Piastri (2023)
Opened:November 18, 2023
Architect:Carsten and Hermann Tilke
Las Vegas Strip Circuit is a street circuit situated in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, including the Las Vegas Strip. It has an FIA Grade 1 license, which means that the circuit meets the highest standard of safety, infrastructure, layout, and other facilities.
On October 30, 2021, it was announced that the Las Vegas Grand Prix would make its return to the Formula One calendar after a long break, almost 40-year break. While none of the drivers on the current grid could remember it, the Formula One Grand Prix took place at Las Vegas 3 times before.
The race was a part of the Championship calendar in 1981, 1982, and 1984. The event, however, took place at a circuit called Caesars Palace Grand Prix; it was criticized for being uncharacteristic of Formula 1 and dropped from the calendar after 1984.
Las Vegas Grand Prix is the third Grand Prix in the United States, along with the Miami Grand Prix raced at Miami International Autodrome and the United States Grand Prix raced at Circuit of the Americas.
Unlike the Miami and the United States Grand Prix, the Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place during the night, joining other night races in the calendar like the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and the Singapore Grand Prix.
The street circuit is 6.120 km (3.803 miles) long, including multiple long straights, one of them being 1.900 kilometers (1.181 miles) long. The track features 2 DRS zones, and unlike other street circuits, the Las Vegas Strip Circuit is built to make it easier for drivers to overtake.
Las Vegas is one of the longest (in terms of circuit length) and one of the fastest (in terms of average speed and highest speed) circuits in the Formula One calendar.