The Las Vegas podium ceremony will have a bit of a different feel to it as Formula 1 looks to end the weekend in style.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix is scheduled to start at 22:00 local time and will be the first race held on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari will start from pole position, while Max Verstappen aims for his 18th win of the season. The post-race podium ceremony will have a different format, with the top three drivers being escorted to the grid and then transported to the Bellagio Hotel for interviews. After the interviews, the drivers will return to the grid for the traditional podium ceremony. This new system means there will be no cool-down room after the race.