Vietnam Grand Prix officially canceled

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The final version of the 2020 season calendar was published at the end of August. After that, it became clear that the Vietnamese Grand Prix, which was supposed to debut in Formula 1, would not take place. However, only today the organizers of the race through the streets of Hanoi officially announced the cancellation of the stage.

Le Ngoc Chi, Executive Director of Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation: “We will not be able to host the most exciting and prestigious racing series in Vietnam in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is a very difficult decision for all of us, but after a careful assessment of all safety criteria and the ability to work effectively in the current environment, it turned out to be the only one.

We thank you for your support and understanding during this difficult period. “

All fans who purchase tickets for the Vietnam Grand Prix will receive a full refund.



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