Formula 1

Heineken Las Vegas Grand Prix

Verstappen wins thrilling F1 debut in Vegas

Max Verstappen claimed his 18th win of the year as Las Vegas' first Formula One event delivered a race-of-the-season candidate.

Race Positions
1
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
Red Bull
1:29:08.289
Laps: 50
Pits: 2
2
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
+2.070
Laps: 50
Pits: 1
3
Mexico
Sergio Pérez
Sergio Pérez
Red Bull
+2.241
Laps: 50
Pits: 2
4
France
Esteban Ocon
Esteban Ocon
Alpine
+18.665
Laps: 50
Pits: 1
5
Canada
Lance Stroll
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin
+20.067
Laps: 50
Pits: 2
6
Spain
Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz
Ferrari
+20.834
Laps: 50
Pits: 2
Circuit Information
Las Vegas Street Circuit
Circuit Las Vegas Street Circuit
Location Nevada, USA Circuit Type Track
Circuit Length 6.116 km Circuit Distance 305.775 km
No. of Laps 50 No. of Turns 17
Lap Record:
Sessions
FP1
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
1:40.909

Nov 16, 2023

Finished

FP2
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
1:35.265

Nov 17, 2023

Finished

FP3
Britain
George Russell
1:34.093

Nov 17, 2023

Finished

Qual
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
1:32.726

Nov 18, 2023

Finished

Race
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:29:08.289

Nov 18, 2023

Finished

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