Wednesday, when Formula 1 approves Grand Prix in Vietnam, will take place from 2020. The royal class of motor racing in the capital, Hanoi, will organize street races.
The first race in Vietnam will take place in April 2020. The owner of Formula 1, Liberty Media, has signed a multi-year contract with a local authority.
"This is the first race for Liberty Media, the company that has been running Formula 1 since 2016, says:" We are showing our big commitment to the Asian region, where there are already rivalries in Singapore, China and Japan. "The Bahrain and Abu Dhabi countries in the Middle East are also in the current Formula 1 calendar.
The high ceremony in Hanoi Citadel will be held on Wednesday to mark the arrival of Formula One. The city's chain will be 5565 kilometers long.
"Hanoi is an exciting city with a great future"
"We are pleased to announce that Hanoi is going to host the Grand Prix," Chase Carey, president of the Formula 1 website. "As Liberty Media is involved in this sport, we are talking about new locations that are linked to Formula 1."
"The Vietnam Grand Prix is the realization of this ambition, and we are very pleased to be one of the most exciting cities in the world with a rich history and a great future."
Last year, the Malaysian Grand Prix disappeared after eleven years of Formula One calendar. Earlier in the century, short-term Grands Prix was also held in South Korean and Indian Asian countries.