A class action law suit has been filed against Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix on behalf of 35,000 fans who were ejected from the circuit on Friday ahead of the second practice session. The law suit, which alleges "breach of contract, negligence, and deceptive trade practices", has been filed by Dimopoulos Law Firm and co-counsel JK Legal & Consulting names F1's owners Liberty Media Corporation, which is also the event's promoter, DBA Formula One Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix and TAB Contractors Inc. as defendants. "There are a number of issues with that," Steve Dimopoulos told Reuters in reaction to talk of compensation for those fans. While the second session was meant to get underway at 12:00 it eventually began at 02:30. Check out our Saturday gallery from Las Vegas here.
Source: CBC News November 19, 2023 01:37 UTC