Samsung Lights Up Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023 with Giant Displays

Samsung Display technologies are being used during this weekend’s 2023 F1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix by Formula 1, Liberty Media, and Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. When the lights go out on November 18, fans who are in attendance at the race in Las Vegas or who are watching from around the globe will see Samsung display technologies shining brightly throughout the Las Vegas Grand Prix pit building. These technologies include three extra-large grandstand screens with a combined total of 3.8 million pixels, a dynamic tight-pitch display that backdrops the entry escalator, a new “star” in the sky, and an LED display in the shape of the F1 logo.

F1 logo: the dazzling LED display that sits atop the 1,000-foot-long pit building rooftop that’s so bright, it may even be visible from outer space. The collaboration between Samsung and Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. is just one of several ways the business is transforming the spectator experience in professional sports leagues. Aside from the displays that are on exhibit during the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, important locations throughout the country, including Hollywood Park, Citi Field, and Minute Maid Park, are powered by Samsung’s cutting-edge LED technology.

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With its selection of Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K class TVs, which offer lifelike picture and sound quality, the company also delivers the thrill of the racecourse and stadium into the living area. With flawless, lightning-fast action and unparalleled UHD color and depth, the Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 curved display offers racing game enthusiasts who want to feel like they’re in the driver’s seat an immersive racing experience. The Samsung LED display features the Formula 1 emblem along with the skyline of Las Vegas.

F1 Rooftop Logo:

  • Broadcasters use the sign to present more immersive and up-close views of the race to viewers watching from home.
  • The 28,166-square-foot10mm LED display, which has over 22 million pixels and spans 481 feet longer than a football field, excites spectators watching from home.

F1 Escalator Trapezoid:

With more than 9 million pixels to display breathtaking material, the 1,480-square-foot3.9-mm LED escalator displayis meant to wow.

Grandstand : 

  • To improve the viewing experience of all in-person guests and make sure no moment of action is missed, the grandstands are equipped with three 941-square-foot Samsung 8mm LED screens with over 1.2 million pixels.
  • With over 8,000 nits of brightness and Samsung’s most recent sophisticated HDR10+ technology, the new displays offer the most dynamic image quality possible, even on the brightest of days.

With a combined length of over 32,000 square feet and over 33 million Samsung LED pixels, the F1 RoofTop Logo, Escalator Trapezoid, and three Grandstand displays are long enough to complete two and a half laps of the Las Vegas F1 course.

James Fishler, Senior Vice President of the Display and Home Entertainment Divisions, Samsung Electronics America, states,As F1’s viewership skyrockets in the U.S., Liberty Media and the Las Vegas Grand Prix are focused on delivering the most memorable experiences for fans in attendance as well as viewing the broadcast around the world. The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix is a turning point for the sport of racing, as the installation of these best-in-class Samsung displays dramatically adorns the Las Vegas Grand Prix pit building and revolutionizes how fans in the grandstands watch this race.”

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