Formula 1: Vietnam To Host First Ever Grand Prix In 2020
In April 2020, Vietnam is all set to have its first ever Formula 1 Grand Prix event, after a a multi-year bargain has been consented to arrange a race in the city of the capital Hanoi.
It is the principal new expansion to the date-book under Liberty Media’s responsibility for game.
This sounds like an excellent place to race. @SilverstoneUK
Need to keep the race alive in the UK #History matters as it is where #F1 started surely we can keep both beyond 2020.
Formula 1: Vietnam capital Hanoi to host country’s first grand prix in 2020 – https://t.co/ZNS6FyhFna
— Pat Byrne (@Pat_byrne1) November 7, 2018
The proposed Hanoi track, which highlights 22 turns over its 5.565km length, will turn into F1’s fourth road race, alongside Monaco, Singapore and Azerbaijan.
The circuit format, made as a team with universal F1 planner Hermann Tilke, additionally includes long straights, one of which is 1.5km long and should see autos achieve rates of around 335km/h (208mph).
It was announced today that Formula 1 World Championship will visit Vietnam for the first time in a history in April 2020. The host of the race would be the Vietnamese capital #Hanoihttps://t.co/vSsc8yNt5o#VietnamGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/O59XqyW9yx
— SnapLap (@SnapLapNews) November 7, 2018
The structure likewise gets generously from other world-well known tracks.
The initial two corners reflect those of Germany’s Nurburgring, while Turns 12 to 15 are propelled by an area of the Monaco road circuit, running from Sainte-Devote up the slope to Massenet.
Turns 16-19 echo the broad Esses at Suzuka and the last three corners take motivation from Malaysia’s Sepang.
BREAKING NEWS: Formula 1 will be racing in Vietnam 🇻🇳 in 2020 and the track looks interesting. What are your thoughts will it make it a 22 race calendar or will it replace another track?#F1 #2020 #VietnamGP @F1 pic.twitter.com/kFM3nwQbBC
— F1FIX (@F1FIX2) November 7, 2018
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