Las Vegas Grand Prix - Betting Odds, Event Details, History and Records

Date: TBA
Contest: F1
Location: Temporary Street Circuit, Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, known globally for its bright lights and high stakes, is set to host an event on its temporary street circuit that encompasses the iconic Las Vegas Strip.

Formula 1 is back in the city of Las Vegas.  Max Verstappen will very likely be there and he will very likely win.  It is 2023 and he has been oh so dominant.  Bet on the race.This 2023s Las Vegas Grand Prix signified the return of Formula One racing to the city after a hiatus since the 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix. The 2023 racing calendar showcased three Grand Prix events in the U.S., with Miami and the United States Grand Prix preceding it. This was a significant moment, as it's been 41 years since the U.S. hosted three Formula One races in a single season.

2023 Winner:

The Las Vegas race was highly anticipated and did not disappoint.

Max Verstappen tied Sebastian Vettel's 53 career wins, now third all-time behind Michael Schumacher (91) and Lewis Hamilton (103).

Red Bull broke Mercedes' record with their 20th win this season.

Verstappen is the first to win three times in one country in a year, claiming victories in Miami, Austin, and Las Vegas. He's won 16 of the last 17 Grands Prix and 18 races this year, setting a new season record. Verstappen also achieved his 20th podium finish of the season.

Charles Leclerc from Ferrari finished second, followed by Red Bull's Sergio Perez in third.

2023 Betting Odds:

After winning his 17th race this season in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Max Verstappen was the big favourite to continue his dominance on the F1 tracks.

Here is what the odds looked like in the days leading up to the race:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: November 6th, 2023 7:15 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

Max Verstappen -350
Lando Norris +1000
Lewis Hamilton +1200
Sergio Perez +1600
Carlos Sainz +2000
Charles Leclerc +2000
George Russell +2500


Spanning 3.803 miles (6.120 km) with 17 challenging turns, the street circuit boasts a 1.181 mile (1.900 km) stretch for drivers to hit their top speeds. Navigating counter clockwise, the race commences from a previously unused parking space that's been transformed to house the pits and paddock zones, including a section of permanent track.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit promises high-octane excitement as drivers zoom by renowned landmarks, luxurious hotels, and casinos, potentially reaching astonishing speeds of up to 340 km/h.


Given Las Vegas' reputation as the global entertainment epicenter, attendees and viewers alike are in for an electrifying experience that's bound to exceed expectations.


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