Formula One fans are upset forced to leave The Las Vegas Grand Prix venue filed a class action lawsuit early Friday morning before the start of the second practice session. Las Vegas-based law firm Dimopoulos and co-counsel JK Legal & Consulting filed the lawsuit against the Las Vegas Grand Prix and its owner, Liberty Media, in Nevada state court seeking at least $30,000 in damages.
Those who bought tickets on the opening night of the race saw just nine minutes of action on Thursday night before Carlos Sainz Jr ran over a water valve cover and damaged his Ferrari. Race officials inspected the course, resulting in a 2 1/2 hour delay for the second session, which started at 2:30 local time on Friday. They also extended the practice session from an hour to 90 minutes.
Race officials have since offered a $200 discount at the official gift shop, except for those who had one-night tickets on Thursday. Most fans have three-day passes. F1 President Stefano Domenicali and Renee Wilm, CEO of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, issued a statement on Friday saying they had closed the track to spectators for safety and legal reasons.
“We have all attended events, such as concerts, games and even other Formula 1 races, which have been canceled due to factors such as weather or technical issues,” the statement read. “It happens, and we hope people will understand.”
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