‘Emperor package’: Jaw-dropping $5 million Las Vegas GP ticket revealed

The Las Vegas Grand Prix will be returning to Formula 1 in 2023, having not featured on the calendar since 1982.

The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix has already reached a new level of madness, with a staggering $5 million ‘Emperor package’ having been revealed by Caesars Entertainment, setting a new high for sensational ticket prices.

Next year’s spectacle in Las Vegas is truly set to be like nothing seen before, with the race hosting the penultimate round of the 2023 season.

The circuit itself is set to feature part of the legendary Vegas strip, with the event also set to take place at night.

Fans in Europe will be getting up incredibly early Sunday morning to watch the race on 19 November, with the race actually taking place in Las Vegas on Saturday 18 November, at 10pm local time.

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It will set the record for the latest start time, whilst joining the small number of races to have taken place on a Saturday.

Of course, plenty of glitz and glamour is expected at the event, with Caesars Entertainment’s $5 million package set to give a weekend full of that to the lucky few who can afford the fee.

Those able to part ways with the $5 million for the event will be given a five-night stay in the 10,300-square-foot Nobu Sky Villa, a three-bedroomed luxury apartment, which also boasts a 4,700-foot terrace for 75 individuals.

The terrace in question just so happens to be 140 feet above the strip, making for the perfect viewing spot to watch Logan Sargeant attempt to score points in his home country.

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For those wishing to go elsewhere, though, then they will have the ability to go wherever they like, thanks to a personal chauffeur who will take them to their destination of choice in a Rolls-Royce.

A destination they might wish to explore is the Paddock Club, with an astonishing 12 tickets included in the bumper price.

All that wondering about could make guests peckish; well, that problem can be fixed thanks to Michelin-starred restaurateur Chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

Matsuhisa “will personally create a special menu and host a private dinner for 12 guests in the Nobu Sky Villa.

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“Guests will feast on Chef Nobu’s signature New Style Japanese cuisine, all the while indulging in the finest sake and Japanese whisky hand selected by Chef Nobu.”

For a spot of evening entertainment, before the F1 action takes place, perhaps, then the fee also includes two tickets to Adele’s sold-out ‘Weekends with Adele’ residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Does it sound worth it for $5 million?