Wolff: F1’s "extraordinary" Las Vegas GP shows criticism was overblown
The return of F1 to Vegas did not start well, with water valve covers being ripped up, causing delays and frustration. Toto Wolff defended the event, saying it had been a success and would increase F1’s popularity in the US. He acknowledged the issues with the track and the public being turned away during practice, suggesting better communication and a buffer for unforeseen circumstances in the future. He also mentioned the possibility of bringing sessions forward to improve the schedule. Overall, Wolff believed the inaugural Las Vegas race was great, despite some challenges.