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Las Vegas approves plan to host F1 Grand Prix to 2032

A rendering of the planned grandstands in front of the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023. (MGM Resorts)

Officials in Las Vegas' Clark County have unanimously approved a proposal to keep the Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix on the racing calendar for at least a decade.

The first edition of the Las Vegas Grand Prix is set for this coming November, which F1 has been preparing for with a launch party and its owner Liberty Media spending $240m (€223.7m) on acquiring 39 acres of land for the event. Initially, F1 struck a three-year deal with Las Vegas that would see the race run through the 2025 season.

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