Las Vegas F1 track ticket prices start to plunge one week before the race starts with three-day tickets lower than $1,000 dollars.
The third and last US Grand Prix of the season is the F1 Las Vegas strip. Since its announcement, it’s been one of the most hyped races of the entire calendar. However, now the panorama has drastically changed.
Both tickets and hotel prices are falling. Passes like the three-day pass went from an initial price of $3,000 dollars to less than $1,000. Also, hotel prices that at first ranged between $400 and above are now down to $200 dollars just as a regular weekend.
There are several factors affecting the change in excitement for this race. Firstly, Max Verstappen has already won the Drivers Championships, and Red Bull the Constructs Championship. Secondly, one of the biggest attractions this track had was all the iconic places it was going to pass. However, due to all the changes made to host the race most of them are unrecognizable.
Nonetheless, it’s expected that around 100,000 people attend the weekend race. This is a great attraction for sponsorship one of them being Heineken which is reported to promote their new beer Heineken Silver. With all of this and more F1 claims the race is going to generate $1.3 billion dollars in revenue.
Are you excited about the Las Vegas F1 track?