The Las Vegas Grand Prix organisers unveiled a special livery for the show car to promote the race, while fans expressed frustration over missing Friday’s action at the 2023 event and are seeking refunds.
‣ Amid all the car launches of Formula 1 teams, the organisers of the Las Vegas Grand Prix unveiled a special livery for the show car to promote the F1 race at the Las Vegas Street Circuit.
‣ Fans expressed their frustration on social media platforms, noting they are still waiting for a refund after missing almost all the action on Friday due to an incident that severely damaged Carlos Sainz‘s Ferrari.
‣ As compensation for the disrupted event, affected fans were given a voucher for merchandise, although they missed the first free practice session and the extended second practice session started so late that fans were sent off the track.
Amid the buzz of Formula 1’s latest car launches, there’s a unique twist coming from the Las Vegas Grand Prix organizers. They’ve rolled out a special livery for a show car. Oh, and it’s not just any car. This one’s set to drum up excitement for the F1 race happening later this year on the Las Vegas Street Circuit. Pretty cool, huh?
Now, onto a bit of drama. Fans are up in arms over at X. Why, you ask? Well, it seems a bunch of them missed out on the Friday action at the 2023 Las Vegas GP. And boy, are they vocal about it. They’re not just sitting around; they’re clamoring for refunds. The reason? A pesky cover wreaked havoc on Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari. Talk about bad luck.
Because of that mishap, the first free practice session was cut short. We’re talking less than 10 minutes short. And just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, the second practice session started so late that fans were practically shown the door. Ouch. But hey, there’s a silver lining. They got vouchers for merchandise as compensation. Small comfort, but it’s something, right?