Find the right spot to watch all the racing action on The Strip with our guide to the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix Grandstands.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is the newest addition to the Formula 1 scene, after returning in 2023 for the first time since 1982. That meant a new city, new track and, of course, new grandstands.

The race will be held from 21 to 23 November in 2024, sitting as Round 22 on the 2024 F1 calendar.

The route of the circuit takes in the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip – best appreciated after dark! The Saturday night race also features against a backdrop of some of Sin City’s most famous landmarks such as Caesars Palace and the Sphere.

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It is worth bearing in mind that the organisers may alter the grandstand distribution as we get closer to the race. Note also that none of the grandstands are covered as this is a night race eliminating the need for shade, and you would be very unlucky to be rained on in Las Vegas. But on the bright side, you would be able to tick ‘seeing a storm in the desert’ off your bucket list!

Las Vegas F1 grandstands

The new street circuit grandstands for the Las Vegas Grand Prix have been organised into zones. There are currently 18 grandstands split into four separate zones. Bear in mind that tickets will only grant you access to one particular zone.

The zones are:

·   T-Mobile Zone at Sphere
·   East Harmon Zone
·   West Harmon Zone
·   Mirage/Caesar Zone

F1 Las Vegas grandstand map

Check out the Las Vegas Grand Prix Grandstand Guide map below to help you figure out the best place for you to watch the race.

Las Vegas Grandstand Guide map

Image: f1lasvegasgp.com

East Harman Zone Grandstands

Covered: No
Big Screen: Yes
Numbered seating: Yes

This is one of the most sought after areas to sit at the Las Vegas Grand Prix. The PG1 is the circuit’s Main Grandstand and for many will represent the best grandstand seats in the house. For Red Bull fans, the PG3 stand is the place to be. Seats in these grandstands offer spectators a good view of the start of the race, pit action, turns 1-4, the end of the race as well as the podium and award ceremony.

The full list of grandstands in the East Harman Zone are:

·   PG1 (Main Grandstand)
·   PG2
·   PG3 (Red Bull Fan Grandstand)
·   PG4
·   PG5

West Harmon Zone Grandstands

Covered: No
Big Screen: Yes
Numbered seating: Yes

The West Harman Zone is the smallest zone as it contains just two grandstands. These are:

·   HG1
·   HG
2

These grandstands are located on the right-hand side of the track towards the end of the lap and just before turn 17. A third grandstand was planned in 2023 but construction was cancelled ahead of last year’s race due to ‘sightline’ issues.

This is the cheapest zone on offer at the Las Vegas Grand Prix, and the tickets are likely to be snapped up quickly.

Despite being a lower end of the price scale, there are no bad seats at this unique race. The West Harmon Zone offers incredible views of the long Harmon Straight and down towards the start/finish line. Complimentary food, water and soft drinks will also be available.

T-Mobile Zone at Sphere Grandstands

Covered: No
Big Screen: Yes
Numbered seating: Yes

Welcome to the biggest and liveliest zone at the Las Vegas Grand Prix. These options are a little higher on the price scale and contain no less than eight grandstands to choose from. These are predictably named:

  •       SG1
  •       SG2
  •       SG3
  •       SG4
  •       SG5
  •       SG6
  •       SG7
  •       SG8

This zone is ideally located to take in sweeping views of turns 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 and also boasts being in sight of the famous sphere-shaped arena. The only grandstand that doesn’t have a view of The Sphere is SG8 which has its back to it. Most of the concerts, featuring the world’s biggest artists, will be held at the Sphere throughout the race weekend. Complimentary food, water and soft drinks will also be available.

Las Vegas F1 Circuit

Mirage Zone Grandstands

Covered: No
Big Screen: Yes
Numbered seating: Yes

The Mirage Zone, also known Caesar Zone as it takes in the famous Caesar’s Palace Hotel, takes in the main straight down the Las Vegas Boulevard. Here the cars reach their top speeds of 366km/h.

Grandstand details are still being released for 2024. It may be the case that the Mirage Zone is reserved solely for hospitality. We will provide more details as and as the circuit releases them.

Las Vegas Grand Prix General Admission

The General Admission are the the cheapest option to watch the Las Vegas Grand Prix. These tickets restrict fans to one area but, assuming you manage to find a good spot, the views of the track are very good.

There will be three GA zones in 2024, as opposed to just one in 2023. The zones are T-Mobile General Admission Zone at the Sphere (next to the famous Vegas Sphere), the Flamingo General Admission Zone (on the straight between turns 3 and 4), and Caesars Palace Experience (in front of Caesars Palace). GA zone are standing only. 

Food and beverages will be available to purchase but are not included in the price of the ticket for Flamingo General Admission Zone and Caesars Palace Experience. However, water, food and soft drinks are complimentary for ticket holders of T-Mobile Zone at Sphere General Admission.

Three of a Kind tickets

For the first time, we have a unique “3 of a kind” tickets for the Las Vegas Grand Prix. These give fans one day in a General Admission zone, one day in a grandstand and one day in shared hospitality.

We have three of these ticket types on sale for 2024:

  • Diamond Package (Thursday: Flamingo General Admission; Friday: T-Mobile Grandstand; Saturday: Club Overtake hospitality)
  • Heart Package (Thursday: Club Overtake hospitality; Friday: Flamingo General Admission; Saturday: T-Mobile Grandstand)
  • Club Package (Thursday: T-Mobile Grandstand; Friday: Club Overtake hospitality; Saturday: Flamingo General Admission)

The Club Overtake hospitality section is located after Turn 3 on the small straight heading towards the Sphere. Flamingo General Admission is also on this same straight but closer to the Sphere.

Las Vegas Grand Prix hospitality packages

There are five hospitality options available for the Las Vegas Grand Prix in 2024:

Skybox

The Skybox is located at the top of the main grandstand. This section has two stories and includes an indoor lounge and outdoor terrace overlooking the track. A luxurious food menu will be on offer washed down with prohibition-era cocktails. Live entertainment will keep guests entertained Vegas style before, during and after the race. Sit back and enjoy the action from this luxurious suite in the sky.

Turn 3 Club

Located inside of Turn 3 this hospitality option boasts views of the cars coming out of Turn 2 and flying into an overtake zone. This section is within the East Harmon Zone by Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. Here racegoers have access to the largest fan zone at the circuit including the Heineken® Silver entertainment stage. Enjoy live music and fan-focused driver engagements, as well as unmatched perks including complimentary food and beverage.

Hospitality in Vegas includes complimentary food and drink

Legacy

The Legacy will enjoy premium views of the Koval Straightaway. Ticketholders will enjoy complimentary food, beer and wine (spirits available for purchase), paired with the high-speed happenings on the track make for a fully immersive Las Vegas race experience.

Club Overtake

A three-day ticket to Club Overtake includes access to the section’s nightclub-style shared hospitality space. Live DJs and entertainment will have fans dancing the night away, as they enjoy all-inclusive food, beer and wine throughout the night. Incredible terrace views of the Koval Straightaway offer a unique way to watch the Grand Prix in Vegas.

Club Paris

Located at the famous Paris Las Vegas and spanning Alexxa’s, Beer Park and Chéri Rooftop, Club Paris provides views of the Strip as the drivers jockey for position on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The three-day experience includes interactive games and music on the trackside terrace, as well as a lounge at Chéri Rooftop, featuring its own DJ, alongside live entertainment, passed bites and desserts.

See you on The Strip!