Formula 1 announces the Vietnam GP from 2020 onwards

Formula 1 announces the Vietnam GP from 2020 onwards

Formula 1 announces the Vietnam GP, which will take place from 2020. In Hanoi, a brand new city tour with 22 turns and 1.5 km of straight lines will be held so that drivers can reach 208 km / h

  • Liberty Media has announced its first race since the acquisition of Formula One
  • Hanoi City will host the Vietnam Grand Prix every season from 2020 onwards
  • The city circuit will have 22 turns and three straights – one with a length of 1.5 km

Harry Slavin for Mailonline

Formula 1 has confirmed that Vietnam will be included in the Grand Prix calendar from April 2020, with Hanoi hosting the latest street circuit.

It is the first new race to have been announced since the purchase of the Liberty Media race championship worth € 6 billion.

It is the fourth piece on the Asian continent that has been added to the calendar in the footsteps of Singapore, China and Japan.

Formula 1 has confirmed that the Vietnam Grand Prix will be included in the calendar from 2020

Formula 1 has confirmed that the Vietnam Grand Prix will be included in the calendar from 2020

Formula 1 has confirmed that the Vietnam Grand Prix will be included in the calendar from 2020

F1 announced that a "multi-year contract" had been agreed for the organization of races, but the term of office was not announced.

To confirm the deal, the Chief Executive and Chief Executive of Formula One said: "Since joining the sport in 2017, we've talked about developing new destinations to enhance Formula One's appeal. The Vietnamese Grand Prix is ​​a realization of this ambition.

We are thrilled to be here in Hanoi, one of the most exciting cities in the world with such a rich history and incredible future.

"This is the perfect formula for Grand Prix racing and I am looking forward to making it a true highlight of the F1 calendar.

"Our motosport team has worked with the city of Hanoi and promoter Vingroup to create a racetrack that not only tests the riders, but also makes sure our fans enjoy the race spectacle."

That's exactly what this track does. The fourth road race of F1 hopes to be the fastest with three straights installed as part of the semi-permanent track. The longest of these is one and a half kilometers.

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