Nolan Dalla

Admit It: The Las Vegas Grand Prix is a Disaster



The inaugural LAS VEGAS GRAND PRIX is turning into a complete cluster fuck!

You know, just as many of us predicted.


— 95 percent of the locals hate it.

— Casino bookings are half what was expected.

— Restaurants are empty.

— Headliner shows are being cancelled.

— Merchants in the area are cut off from customers.

— Regular (non-F1) tourists are staying away.

— Traffic has been a nightmare for months.

— Rideshare drivers are boycotting the entire south Strip.

— It rained on opening night.

— Organizers say it’s too cold.  Bwaaaahhh.

— Drivers are complaining.

— F1 goes out of its way and expense to block any possibility of casual viewing which might turn on new fans to racing.

— Now, manhole covers are exploding in the middle of the track!


Okay, now what?

Just admit it. This was a TERRIBLE idea.

Please–cancel the contract.

Ten years of this madness? Fuck that! Cut the losses. We want OUR city back.


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