342 km/h speed limit conforms the New Las Vegas Circuit
The New Las Vegas Circuit will be the eighth race of an urban circuit in the 2023 season. This Las Vegas circuit will be characterized by having 14 turns, two DRS zones, and three straights, where it is estimated that the race cars can reach a speed of 342 km/h.
The new Las Vegas circuit has a length of 6.12 km, and drivers will have to complete a total of 50 laps on race day, meaning the race cars will cover almost two thousand kilometers. If there are no safety car interventions or serious accidents leading to red flags during the race, the estimated time is 120 minutes.
In addition to the inherent challenges of the Las Vegas circuit, there are all things considered the weather conditions of the area to consider. For this reason, the race at the new Las Vegas circuit will take place on November 18th and will start at 10:00 PM local time in the United States, making it a night race with various factors to take into account.
Although Max Verstappen is already the winner of the Drivers’ World Championship, and his Red Bull team is already the Constructors’ World Champion, the runner-up remains a mystery among notable contenders. These include Checo Perez, the teammate of the three-time world champion; Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, both Ferrari drivers; and the veteran Fernando Alonso, who races for Aston Martin. Equally important, nothing can be guaranteed, as the McLaren team is closing the points gap thanks to the recent podiums achieved by their drivers: Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri.
Sois conscientes de que el circuito de las vegas es nuevo? Sabéis lo que eso significa?
— Juno (@CupOfMphsthphls) October 19, 2023
So, despite knowing the end of the championship, we still don’t know the winners of the upcoming races.
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