Taking a virtual tour around the Vietnam Formula 1 circuit

Taking A Virtual Tour Around The Vietnam Formula 1 Circuit
The pit building along the new Hanoi Motor Sport Circuit

Preparations are on for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix to be held in Vietnam in coming April, and the organisers now have confirmed that the track is on course for completion in early January.

The Vietnam Grand Prix circuit – which, like Melbourne, will be a hybrid design mixing permanent and street sections – will run 5.6 kilometers in length and feature a whopping 1.5-kilometer straight, with top speeds of around 335 km/h expected.

Construction crews are approaching the final phase of the construction process, with work conducted under the guidance of Formula 1’s resident circuit architect Hermann Tilke.

The circuit will also feature a 300 meter-long pit building, inspired by Hanoi’s Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, and built especially for the Grand Prix’s arrival, while several sections of the track have been designed to consciously mimic the characteristics of circuits like Monaco, the Nurburgring and Suzuka.

The creators of the track have provided a virtual lap of the new Hanoi Motor Sport Circuit:

The pit building along the new Hanoi Motor Sport Circuit Preparations are on for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix to be held in Vietnam in coming April, and the organisers now have confirmed that the track is on course for completion in early January. The Vietnam Grand Prix circuit – which, like Melbourne, will be a hybrid design mixing permanent and street sections – will run 5.6 kilometers in length and feature a whopping 1.5-kilometer straight, with top speeds of around 335 km/h expected. Construction crews are approaching the final phase of the construction process, with work conducted under...

Taking A Virtual Tour Around The Vietnam Formula 1 Circuit
The pit building along the new Hanoi Motor Sport Circuit

Preparations are on for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix to be held in Vietnam in coming April, and the organisers now have confirmed that the track is on course for completion in early January.

The Vietnam Grand Prix circuit – which, like Melbourne, will be a hybrid design mixing permanent and street sections – will run 5.6 kilometers in length and feature a whopping 1.5-kilometer straight, with top speeds of around 335 km/h expected.

Construction crews are approaching the final phase of the construction process, with work conducted under the guidance of Formula 1’s resident circuit architect Hermann Tilke.

The circuit will also feature a 300 meter-long pit building, inspired by Hanoi’s Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, and built especially for the Grand Prix’s arrival, while several sections of the track have been designed to consciously mimic the characteristics of circuits like Monaco, the Nurburgring and Suzuka.

The creators of the track have provided a virtual lap of the new Hanoi Motor Sport Circuit:

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