F1 Form Guide: Las Vegas Grand Prix
The Las Vegas track is the second-longest in F1 and known for its high speeds, with cars at full throttle for most of the time. Grip levels will be constantly changing, adding to the challenge for teams. The opening practice session will be interesting as drivers explore the limits of the track. Verstappen is favored to top the times, followed by Ferrari drivers Leclerc and Sainz. In qualifying, the track is expected to get faster and warmer, favoring Verstappen for pole. Norris and Leclerc could also be contenders. Verstappen is the firm favorite for victory, with Norris and Leclerc as strong contenders for the podium. Alonso and the Alpine drivers could also be worth considering for a surprise outcome. The track’s design increases the likelihood of incidents and accidents.