F1 Fury: Las Vegas Business Owners Call for Ban on 2024 Grand Prix in Petition

Local business owners support petition opposing 2024 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix

A petition has been launched to stop the 2024 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix from taking place, with local business owners leading the charge. Gino Ferraro, owner of Ferraro’s Ristorante, stated that the goal is to raise awareness among Las Vegas leaders about the negative economic impact and inconvenience that the event caused in the past. The petition was created by business owners in the Resort Corridor, particularly those near Flamingo Road and Koval Lane, who claim to have lost millions in profits due to F1 construction last year.

These businesses are adamant about preventing the Grand Prix from happening again, citing the loss of customers as a major concern. They are seeking support to pressure Clark County into denying the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix’s special use permit, which is required for the race to proceed. The county has not yet scheduled a meeting to discuss the permit.

Support for the petition has been widespread, drawing interest from various community members such as limo and Uber drivers. Ladane Hayten expressed frustration over the construction and stated that he would be the first to sign the petition. Despite efforts to reach out to F1 and Clark County for comments, no response has been received as of Monday night.

The 2024 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix is currently scheduled for November 21-23, with the Flamingo Bridge set to return later this year. The petition continues to gain momentum as local residents and business owners unite against

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