According to the organizers, Hanoi Racetrack will contribute to popularizing Hanoi images to million Vietnamese and foreign spectators during the event.

Nine grandstands are named after big cities and provinces of the country. (Photo: f1vietnamgp)

The 5,607km long Hanoi Racetrack is near My Dinh Stadium in Tu Liem district, Hanoi and has 23 turns inspired by typical racetracks of the Formula 1 Race. The track has been designed by German group Tilke and winds through some of the main urban streets around the stadium.

Nine grandstands of the Hanoi Racetrack are named Thang Long, Hai Phong, Ha Long, Hue Matrix One, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Sai Gon, Can Tho and Phu Quoc.

According to VGPC General Director Le Ngoc Chi, the design of the track highlights the dynamism and modernity of Hanoi and other big cities and provinces nationwide and honors cultural and historical values of the country.

The Formula 1 VinFast Vietnam Grand Prix, the third track of the 22nd FIA F1 World Championship, will likely take place from April 3-5, 2020.

Also on February 12, the media accreditation process for the Formula 1 VinFast Vietnam Grand Prix began. The registration will be closed on March 1.

Some 500 domestic and international reporters are expected to come to Hanoi and cover the event.

Translated by Song Anh