The Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation (VGPC) has completed the Hanoi Formula 1 circuit, which will play host to the first-ever race in the country in April.
The design of the three-storey pit building has been heavily influenced by the city’s historic buildings, to reflect Vietnam’s “strong cultural legacy”
Pavilion of the Temple of Literature inspires the Pit Building’s design
The 5.6km circuit features 23 corners and has nine grandstands named after regions across Vietnam
The organisers are now focusing on the temporary structures around the circuit, including the Grandstands – each named after iconic Vietnamese cities and locations, as well as the media and medical centres and safety barriers
A view of the Hanoi F1 circuit which is ready for the Grand Prix this April
5.6km-long track and permanent constructions are ready for the exciting activities of Vietnam Grand Prix
The circuit features 23 corners and has nine grandstands named after regions across Vietnam
The F1 Vietnam Grand Prix 2020, set to be held in Hanoi from April 3-5, will be the newest F1 race in the world
A view of the Hanoi F1 circuit
The F1 Vietnam Grand Prix 2020 is expected to attract some 300,000 visitors, including F1 fans, domestic and foreign travellers, and international reporters
The racers will compete at the Vietnam Grand Prix on April 5. Vietnam Grand Prix is the third leg of the F1’s 2020 season.
The 2020 F1 race, to be organized for the first time in Vietnam this April, will be the highlight of the tourism promotion campaign amid the coronavirus outbreak.