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F1’s Las Vegas GP packages could rise to $100k

MGM Resorts, a major hospitality company, is reportedly set to buy up to $25 million worth of tickets for next year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix. The Sports Business Journal reports that it will then use the tickets to create accommodation and event packages, which could rise to as much as $100,000. MGM Resorts CEO Bill […]
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