PokerOrg trackside for F1 as PokerStars announces exclusive giveaway

Oracle Red Bull Racing's RB19, with PS branded wheels
Author Adam Hampton
Adam Hampton
Posted on: November 16, 2023 20:10 PST

Just hours from the start of the Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix, PokerOrg is poised to bring you all the news, updates and exclusive interviews from our privileged place in the pits.

That's right, people: we've got boots on the ground right where it counts, including those of our roving reporter, Tiffany Michelle. If you're a fan of fast cars with FOMO, look away now.

Tiffany and the team have been in Las Vegas since last week's North American Poker Tour ( NAPT), enjoying PokerStars' big return to sin city. They'll stay trackside to make sure PokerOrg doesn't miss a moment of the first F1 Las Vegas race weekend.

Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing is a heavy favorite to win the 50-lap race, in no small part thanks to the lightning-quick RB19 he's driven throughout an impressive season. The reigning champion is assured of retaining his title, whatever happens on the track, while his team has joined with PokerStars for a partnership that will be celebrated in a unique and appropriate manner: poker chip wheel covers.

PokerStars gives fans the chance to win iconic signed wheel covers

PokerStars F1 wheel cover

The unique wheel covers were co-designed by PokerStars to represent poker chips, honoring the spiritual home of poker during this very special Grand Prix.

And speaking of Grand Prix (French for 'grand prize' - don't say we never teach you nuthin'), fans will be able to win one of these very special pieces of racing memorabilia for themselves. The authentic, race-worn wheel covers will be signed by three-time World Champion Max Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez, and given away to four lucky winners.

Details of how you can win a piece of racing history will be announced shortly, so make sure you keep an eye on the socials of PokerStars and PokerOrg this weekend for all the details you'll need to know.

And once the contest is announced, be quick: we've got a feeling these wheels will go fast.

The Las Vegas Grand Prix starts at 22:00 local time, Saturday November 17.

Photos courtesy of PokerStars