Legal Action Launched over F1 Las Vegas GP Spectator Ejections



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Legal Action Launched over F1 Las Vegas GP Spectator Ejections

A recent incident during the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix has prompted a law firm to launch legal action regarding spectator ejections. The law firm is demanding payments of “in excess” of $30,000 per spectator, split equally between “general” and “special” damages.

Delay Due to Water Valve Cover Checks

On Thursday, an incident involving Carlos Sainz forced the first practice session to be stopped. Following the incident, there was a lengthy delay while water valve covers were thoroughly checked to ensure safety.

FP2 Kick-off Delayed Until 0230

The second practice session, FP2, was initially scheduled to start at midnight. However, due to the safety checks and clearances, it finally got underway at 0230. The venue was cleared of any potential hazards before allowing the session to take place.

Making Racing Safety a Priority

The incident during the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix has highlighted the importance of ensuring the safety of both drivers and spectators. With legal action now in progress, it serves as a reminder for race organizers and authorities to prioritize safety measures and thorough inspections.

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