The Mercedes Team Principal thinks there is one thing that needs to be changed, but feels the event as a whole was a success.
Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff expressed his opinion on what should be changed about the Las Vegas Grand Prix. He mentioned that the late timing of the sessions, with qualifying starting at 12am and the race at 10pm, should be reconsidered for future events. Wolff highlighted the logistical challenges of managing traffic in Las Vegas and suggested potentially moving the qualifying session earlier. Despite the initial hiccups, such as the delayed start due to a loose drain cover and lack of staff, Wolff believed that the event overall was a success, with a spectacular race, great audiences, and positive reception. The inaugural Las Vegas race met all expectations and delivered exciting racing at the front.