Once the Las Vegas Grand Prix settled down, it was an on-track success, with F1 also firmly putting roots down in Sin City. Once upon a time, Monaco was considered untouchable, but Las Vegas will pose questions.
Overall, the Las Vegas Grand Prix went well, despite a few bumps along the way. Although incidents with drains on street circuits are not uncommon, it was unfortunate that these issues arose after significant investment in the race. However, the weekend settled into an exciting Grand Prix with numerous lead changes and overtakes. With minor adjustments, it appears that F1 has found a street circuit that can rival Monaco in terms of commercial deals and high-rollers. Meanwhile, Monaco, once considered the jewel in the crown of Formula 1, is starting to lose its appeal due to outdated track conditions and lack of racing spectacle. While the Monaco Grand Prix still holds historical significance, the modern-day allure lies with events like the Las Vegas Grand Prix. Monaco must adapt in order to remain relevant in the future.