“Sports Illustrated Models Set to Host Spectacular Pre-Race Party in Las Vegas, Igniting Excitement for Grand Prix Weekend”

It’s not long to go now until the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix finally gets underway – and Sin City is pulling out all the stops for its first Formula One event since 1982.
"Sports Illustrated Models Set to Host Spectacular Pre-Race Party in Las Vegas, Igniting Excitement for Grand Prix Weekend"

Get ready, racing fans, because the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix is just around the corner! Sin City is gearing up for its first Formula One event since 1982, and it’s going to be a showstopper.

On Saturday, November 18, some of the world’s best racing drivers will take to the temporary circuit, which features iconic sights from the city. But the excitement doesn’t stop there! The night before the big race, there will be a glamorous warm-up party to celebrate this historic occasion. Sports Illustrated is hosting the bash at Club SI, and guess who will be there? Swimsuit models Brooks Nader and Nicole English will be available for special meet-and-greets with lucky ticket holders.

But that’s not all – partygoers can also enjoy Sports Illustrated Swimsuit-inspired cocktails, interactive photo moments, and even musical performances. It’s going to be a night to remember!

Club SI is going all out for the Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend. On Thursday, November 16, American actor and comedian Dax Shepard will be recording his eff won Podcast live at the club. A-list stars will join the crew to discuss the upcoming race, and attendees will have the chance to interact with the hosts and ask questions to the guests.

And on race night itself, get ready for some star power! Sporting icons David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal will be headlining the party at Club SI. Fans will have the opportunity to mingle with these legends before the race and enjoy delicious food and drinks while watching drivers like Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton battle it out on the track.

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Now, we have to address one small hiccup – the race is set to begin at 10pm locally, which has caused some frustration among fans. Viewers on the east coast will have to stay awake into the early hours of the morning to catch all the action. One fan expressed their annoyance, saying, “The timing is so dumb. If that’s 1 am est, then that means it’s only 6 am in England, 7 am in western Europe. The timing makes no sense.” We feel you, fans – it’s definitely a late night for many!

But let’s not let that dampen our spirits. The Las Vegas Grand Prix promises to be an incredible event filled with thrilling races, glamorous parties, and unforgettable moments. So mark your calendars for November 18 and get ready to witness history in the making!

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