F1 Grand Prix Takes the Las Vegas Strip by Storm

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In a city known for pushing the boundaries of extravagance, Las Vegas recently witnessed a spectacle like never before as the Formula 1 Grand Prix sped onto the iconic Strip from Nov. 16 to 18. With MGM’s opulent properties lining the race route, race enthusiasts and luxury seekers enjoyed a weekend of unparalleled experiences and unforgettable memories.

Glamor Unleashed: Bellagio Fountain Club

The pulsating heart of this racing extravaganza in Las Vegas was the Bellagio Fountain Club, the usual epitome of glitz and glamour, and other things too. Guests at the club enjoyed the epitome of VIP treatment, including luxury transport between the club and the F1 paddock.

With views of one of the most famous fountains in the world, we’re sure everyone had a wonderful time.

Beyond the Track: MGM’s Immersive Offerings

For those without tickets to the sought-after Bellagio Fountain Club, MGM in Las Vegas crafted an array of immersive experiences across its properties. The Shoey Bar at the Bellagio guests indulge in craft cocktails served in replica driving shoes, a playful nod to the iconic Daniel Ricciardo celebration whereby he drinks his champagne out of his driving shoe. Delicious.


At the Cosmopolitan, the Aioka Watch Party at the Boulevard Pool displayed F1-inspired art installations and offered encounters with the mysterious performance artists, The Bumbys, with their fair and honest appraisals.

Sweet Speed: Aria’s Patisserie

Just a hop away at the Aria, the Aria Patisserie team unveiled a delectable and majestic masterpiece – a life-size F1 car entirely crafted from candy—a testament to the inventive spirit that defines Las Vegas! As the city embraced this unprecedented race weekend, Las Vegas once again asserted its prowess in transforming entertainment into an art form, with thrilling spectacles that are sure to be etched into the annals of racing history. And if you’re wondering who won the race, we’ll give you one guess…

Nissan’s 2024 Update for Rogue Contains a New Look and Built-In Apps

Nissan’s 2024 Update for Rogue Contains a New Look and Built-In Apps

The Nissan Rogue is back, this time with a new look. The 2024 model is all set to debut with a new front and back. Rogue is the automobile company’s best-selling model, so its quick model updates come as a surprise to no one.

The car received a complete overhaul in 2021, and a new engine in 2022. Now the 2024 model will bring with it some new look, new tech, and a whole slew of apps for all the car-lovers.

The New Features

For the 2024 model of their best-selling car, Nissan has restyled given both the grille and taillights a new style. For the wheels, the design is a new 18-inch, with a new 19-inch wheel getting a slightly posher body kit.

The powertrain remains the same in the new model. The standard front-wheel drive and variable automatic transmission remain the same with an option for all-wheel drive. The dashboard, console, seats, and panels have the option for different materials.

An Updated Entertainment System

The best part of the overhaul is for the gadget gurus, who would love the new touch-screen infotainment system set up by Nissan.

An Updated Entertainment System

The basic S and SV trim levels will feature an 8-inch infotainment system, while the higher-priced SL and Platinum variations will have a 12.3-inch screen with Google Apps like Maps, Play, and Assistant built into its system. The SL will also have a wireless charging pad. Apple car play is compatible with the smaller screen, while the larger SL and Platinum screen will have smartphone mirroring.

Ordering the New Model

The new Rogue will be available in three new colors – Everest White Pearl, Baja Storm (a chocolatey brown), and Deep Ocean Blue Pearl.

While the official pricing hasn’t been announced yet, we can only guess for now—but expect something around $30k-$35k range (based on the 2023 model’s base price of $29,275). The car is said to come to market in the US in early 2024—maybe take it for a test drive?!