F1 expands in-house operations as Las Vegas GP signs up Quint

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The Las Vegas Grand Prix has enlisted Quint as its hospitality partner as Formula One continues to expand its in-house operations.

Quint is owned by the Liberty Media Corporation which in turn is the parent company of the Formula One Group.

The latest agreement sees customers able to access luxury hospitality and club tickets for the Las Vegas Grand Prix which is set to take place from November 21 to 23 this year.

“Liberty Media acquired Quint with the goal of expanding Liberty Media’s live entertainment portfolio and creating operating efficiencies across Formula 1 and other partner platforms – today’s announcement is just the first step in realizing the potential of this acquisition,” said Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. chief executive Renee Wilm.

“We could not be more excited to launch the public on-sale for the 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix in partnership with the newest addition to the Liberty Media family of companies.”

Quint initially partnered with Formula One in 2017 to launch F1 Experiences, which was an official ticket, experience, and travel package programme.

It gave fans access to tracks, pit lanes, and the paddock, in addition to opportunities to meet drivers.

“We are thrilled at the opportunity to expand our relationship with the Las Vegas Grand Prix,” said Quint chief executive Brian Ruede.

“Our relationship with the Las Vegas Grand Prix, coupled with our global partnership with Formula 1, provides the unique opportunity for a fully integrated and comprehensive customer offering. We look forward to the unprecedented access this will bring our domestic and international fans.”

Tickets for the event are set to go on public sale on March 25 (Monday) at 10am Pacific Time.

This year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix is set to be the second edition following the first race on November 18 2023. The event marked the first race of a 10-year agreement.