01 F1 VIETNAM GRAND PRIX 2020
Vietnam will join the Formula 1® calendar in 2020 with a new race in the capital city, Hanoi.
The inaugural race will take place in APRIL 2020 and will “begin as a thrilling street race in the heart of the city.
**PLEASE NOTE DATES POSTED 03-05th APRIL 2019 HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE FIA FOR APPROVAL**
02 Road to F1 Vietnam 2020
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here is an overview of the frequently asked questions about this event. If you have any queries that you don’t see below then please get in touch via chat. Just click the red message icon in the bottom right hand corner of this page.
What are the benefits of General Admission? Will I be able to see the race track clearly with my GA ticket?
What are the benefits of Grandstand Ticket? Why are there three different prices for this type of ticket?
What are the benefits of Hospitality Ticket?
Is there any policy for children?
When will the race officially take place?
If you already possess a ticket, will you be allowed to enter and exit the event freely? How will it be controlled?
In case the customer has bought a ticket but is busy on the date of the event, can they transfer the ticket to another person? Do you print the name of the costumer who bought the ticket?
When will I receive the ticket after a successful transaction?
Is there parking at the circuit?
Do I need a Visa to go to Vietnam?
Citizens from foreign countries can directly apply for e-visas or apply through agencies or organisations inviting and guaranteeing.
List of countries with citizens who are eligible for e-visa: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/documents/20181/117155/Vietnam-Evisa-nation-list.pdf
To apply for an electronic visa, you can click here: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/en_US/web/guest/khai-thi-thuc-dien-tu/cap-thi-thuc-dien-tu
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