Following Formula 1’s successful expansion to Miami in 2022, the inaugural Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix runs from November 16-18. F1’s first night race in the U.S., which starts at 10 p.m. local time, also falls on a Saturday versus the traditional Sunday. To celebrate F1’s third edition stateside, ONE Sotheby’s International Realty has curated a Las Vegas guide for the event and later visits. Mark your calendar for the next Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium from May 3-5, 2024, which expects 300,000 spectators for its largest attendance yet.

F1 Las Vegas Layout

Las Vegas has always been known as a high energy town, but the Las Vegas Strip has never seen anything quite like F1 drivers going at speeds of 212 mph during 50-lap races. The Grand Prix’s 3.8-mile track highlights much of the city’s iconic skyline as it winds along Las Vegas Boulevard (The Strip), Sands Avenue, Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane.


F1 Las Vegas Experiences

In another twist, F1 built a permanent home for its Pit Building and Paddock Club. Guests of the Paddock’s even more exclusive Wynn Grid Club receive perks including premier seating, full catering, transportation, meet and greets, unique gifts and Sunday brunch. Wynn Las Vegas’s Million Dollar All-Access Experience adds accommodations, golf, spa services, dining, entertainment and more for six people.


Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Miami Beach’s iconic Fontainebleau will soon have a desert address when the nearly $4-billion Fontainebleau Las Vegas opens in December. As the strip’s tallest occupiable building with 67 stories and 3,644 rooms, the hotel requires a 150,000-square-foot casino, 6-acre pool complex and 36 bars and restaurants, including a Casa Dragones Tasting Room and Miami-born hospitality concepts KYU, LIV, Komodo and Papi Steak.



Kylie Minogue, Mark Ronson, Keith Urban and Nile Rodgers are among A-list headliners for F1’s performance series. The brand-new Sphere amphitheater with 1.2 million LED screens and over 17,000 seats presents inaugural show “U2: UV Achtung Baby Live” and Darren Aronofsky’s immersive film “Postcard from Earth.” Jack Harlow plays SiriusXM and Pandora’s exclusive concert, while hot residencies are Carlos Santana, Adele and Christina Aguilera.



Joining buzzy outposts by Joël Robuchon, José Andrés, Wakuda and Carbone, Peter Luger Steak House recently debuted its first location outside New York. The Brooklyn institution dating to the 19th century serves lunch and dinner daily at the Caesars Palace location. Patrons can enjoy its famous steaks dry-aged onsite and namesake burger as well as shellfish towers, Dover sole and other decadent dishes.


The Netflix Cup

Two passionate pastimes for competitors and fans collide in “The Netflix Cup,” a live-streamed golf tournament between casts of documentary series “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” and “Full Swing.” F1 drivers Alex Albon, Pierre Gasly, Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz, Jr. will face off PGA golfers Rickie Fowler, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas at the 18-hole Wynn Golf Club on November 14.



The Forum Shops at Caesars boasts Bucherer TimeDome’s largest U.S. flagship for its namesake watches, plus brands like Cartier and Ulysse Nardin; Dolce & Gabbana soon opens. The Shops at Crystals added Celine, Canada Goose and Kilian Paris; Hublot offers its limited-edition Las Vegas watch. Montecristo Cigar Bar in Caesars Palace attracts aficionados on the hunt for fine cigars by Padrón, My Father and more.