Formula 1® Vinfast Vietnam Grand Prix 2020 – Travel Packages & Tours
Be a part of history and experience the first-ever Formula 1® Grand Prix to be staged in Vietnam LIVE! Feel the electricity and the culture of the streets Hanoi as the world’s fastest cars scream past, just centimetres from the barriers!
Liberty Media, the owners of Formula 1®, have announced that the world’s fastest and most prestigious motorsport category, Formula 1®, will be staged in the bustling capital of Vietnam, Hanoi! And Sportsnet Holidays is excited to announce that we’ll be offering tours and travel packages to this exciting new addition to the F1® calendar!
- 4 nights of 5-star accommodation including breakfast daily
- 4 day General Admission ticket (grandstand & hospitality upgrades also available)
- Entry to Sportsnet’s EXCLUSIVE 2020 F1® Vietnam Grand Prix Dinner on the Friday night including:
- Hosted by a Formula 1® commentator
- Exclusive interview with our special Formula 1® guest – past guests at Sportsnet F1® functions include: Mark Webber, David Coulthard, Damon Hill and Martin Brundle
- Sit down dinner with beverage package
- Preview of the weekend of racing ahead
- Photo and signing session
- Return hotel-to-track transfers throughout
- Plus much more!
The host of the Formula 1® Vinfast Vietnam Grand Prix 2020, Hanoi, is Vietnam’s capital and the country’s second-largest by population with more than 8 million people. Hanoi is one of the world’s most intriguing cities with a rich history and culture that begs visitors to immerse themselves in. Having been under imperial, French, Japanese and now democratic rule in it’s 1,000+ year history, everything from the architecture, the food, to the customs is a unique fusion. Suffice to say that very few travellers ever visit Hanoi and/or Vietnam just once!
If you’d love to be a part of history and be there LIVE at the inaugural 2020 Formula 1® Vietnam Grand Prix, please take a moment to enquire by selecting a package below and completing the Enquiry Form at the bottom of the package page. One of our friendly travel experts will then get in contact with you to discuss your travel requirements and the package inclusions in further detail.
Thanks, and hopefully you can join us trackside on the streets of Hanoi for what’s sure to be one of, if not the most exciting event in Formula 1® in 2020!
2020 Vietnam Grand Prix – Event Details
|Official Event Name:||Formula 1® Vinfast Vietnam Grand Prix 2020|
|Event Start Date:||April 3, 2020|
|Event End Date:||April 5, 2020|
|Official Event Website:||www.formula1.com|
|Event Category:||Formula 1®|
|Event Location:||Hanoi Street Circuit|
|Event Address:||Hanoi, Vietnam|
|Performers:||To be announced|
|Packages in range:||1|
|Package prices from:||$1,792|
2020 Formula 1® Vietnam Grand Prix travel packages
Learn more about the 2020 Formula 1® Vietnam Grand Prix and the Hanoi Street Circuit by checking out these videos on YouTube:
- Coming Soon… Formula 1 2020 Vietnam Grand Prix
- Exploring the Vietnam Street Circuit | Vietnam Grand Prix
- Onboard at Hanoi Street Circuit! | Vietnam Grand Prix
The stage for the 2020 Formula 1® Vietnam Grand Prix is set to be a circuit of the street variety (which will make it just the fourth on the current Formula 1® calendar, joining Monaco, Singapore and Azerbaijan) and will be 5.57km in length. Designed by renowned track architect, Herman Tilke, the circuit will use a combination of both existing and existing roads and will pay homage to a number of existing F1® circuits by replicating many of their most iconic turns. Examples include Turns 1 and 2 being based on the opening two corners of Germany’s Nurburgring, Turns 12 and 15 replicate Monaco’s run up the hill to Massenet and the Turn 16-19 sequence is reminiscent of the famous Esseses at Suzuka, Japan.
However, just because it’s a street circuit, don’t be fooled into thinking that the Hanoi Street Circuit is going to (relatively!) slow! The circuit will feature a 1.5km-long straight that is estimated will see cars doing 335km/h through the speed trap! Perhaps more interesting from a strategy perspective is that the pit lane will see drivers ‘skip’ the first and final corners, which will cut down on the amount of time it takes to a stop and therefore make multi-stop strategies more attractive. Imagine seeing a driver on a multi-stop strategy with fresh tyres trying to close the gap on a driver that has elected for only a single stop in the dying laps!