Fernando Alonso believes the changeable grip levels expected throughout this weekend’s Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix will provide a
Formula 1 is returning to Las Vegas after 41 years, with a new high-speed street circuit on the famous Strip. The track is made up of resurfaced public roads, raising concerns about grip. Drivers who can adapt to the changing track conditions will have an advantage, especially since there are no support races planned. The colder track temperatures expected may benefit teams struggling with tire degradation but could hinder those with issues in warming up the tires. Some drivers, like Max Verstappen, criticized the track layout, while Lewis Hamilton believes it should be given a chance. Carlos Sainz, on the other hand, is enthusiastic about the challenging corners. Overall, adaptability and confidence will be key on this new circuit.