F1 Experiences is excited to announce the launch of Official Ticket Packages for the 2020 Vietnam Grand Prix in Hanoi. Choose from grandstand seats or access to VIP hospitality in the Champions Club, plus unique benefits only available with F1 Experiences. (Main image below courtesy Tilke.de)
Set to take place in April 2020, the Vietnam Grand Prix is the newest destination on the Formula 1 calendar. The race will be run on a new, 5.57km street circuit in the west of Hanoi, the capital and second largest city in Vietnam. Designed by Hermann Tilke and F1, the circuit design was inspired by classic F1 tracks such as Suzuka and the Nurburgring. Get ready for exciting racing in the heart of one of the most vibrant and fascinating cities in South East Asia!
Grandstand Ticket Packages
Our Fan Experience packages offer a weekend grandstand seat at the Hanoi Street Circuit, plus access to exciting additional activities. Starter Ticket Packages include a seat in the Turn 13 Unreserved Grandstand, plus an Exclusive Pit Lane Walk, Guided Track Tour and Starting Grid Photo with Trophy. In addition, Hero Ticket Packages (Starting Grid Premium Grandstand) and Trophy Ticket Packages (Turn 7/8 Standard Grandstand) also include a unique F1 Insider Access tour and a Paddock Club Reception with a current or legendary driver!
Hospitality Ticket Packages
Get the VIP treatment with access to a choice of two exciting Champions Club hospitality suites at the Hanoi Street Circuit. In addition to the best trackside views and all-day hospitality, access to the Platinum Champions Club Turn 1 and Platinum Champions Club Starting Grid also includes a pit lane walk, F1 legend or current driver appearance and F1 Revealed, presented by leading insiders such as Safety Car Driver Bernd Mayländer. F1 Experiences also offers Legend Ticket Packages with access to the Formula 1 Paddock Club and exclusive extras such as a 1-Day Paddock Pass.
Need to Know
- When will the 2020 Vietnam Grand Prix be held? The Formula 1 calendar for 2020 has not yet been formally announced, but the Vietnam Grand Prix is expected to be held in late April, after the Chinese Grand Prix.
- How to get there? The main airport of Hanoi is called Noi Bai International Airport (HAN). It’s the largest airport in Vietnam by capacity and is the main hub for flag carrier Vietnam Airlines. HAN serves a range of domestic, regional and long-haul flights. Direct connections include Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Dubai and Doha
- Where to stay? To get the most out of Hanoi, we recommend staying in the Old Quarter, Ba Dinh or Tay Ho (Hanoi Westlake) districts, which are all central to the action and have good access to restaurants and tourist sights. Add a 4-night stay at the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake or Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi to your Official Ticket Package today - daily transfers to and from the Hanoi Street Circuit are also available for our hotel guests.
- How to get to the Hanoi Street Circuit? The circuit is located in the district called Nam Từ Liêm, a new area of Hanoi dominated by skyscrapers and modern buildings that’s about 10km west of the city’s Old Quarter. No information has yet been released about dedicated transport services for the Vietnam Grand Prix, but taxis and ride sharing are inexpensive and generally considered the best way to get around in the Hanoi.