FORMULA 1 has announced a new Vietnam Grand Prix to be held in Hanoi from 2020. Hanoi promoter, Vingroup, has signed a long-term deal to host the street race in the heart of the city. Chase Carey, Chairman and Chief Executive, Formula 1 said: “We are delighted to announce that Hanoi will host a Formula 1 Grand Prix. “Since we became involved in this sport in 2017, we have talked about developing new destination cities to broaden the appeal of Formula 1 and the Vietnamese Grand Prix is a realisation of that ambition. “We are thrilled to be here in Hanoi, one of the most exciting cities in the world right now with such a rich history and an incredible future ahead of it. “This is the perfect formula for Grand Prix racing and I look forward to this becoming a real highlight of the F1 calendar. LOVE OF GOLD Elliott gives Shattered Love Gold Cup target despite Down Royal reverse CRICKET PREVIEW Pakistan vs New Zealand: Live streaming, TV channel, time and team news city slickers Man City vs Shakhtar: Prediction, tips and odds Blues big cal Chelsea eyeing Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson after prolific start to season red routes… Read full this story
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