Jul 17, 2019 / 17:28

Hanoi Formula One tickets officially on sale from July 17

The Hanoitimes - Each type of ticket is classified into different sub-categories with differentiated offers for one-day or three-day ticket holders.

All categories of tickets of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship – Vietnam Grand Prix will be on sale from today [July 17] with a starting price of VND700,000 (US$30.5) per each for the three-day event including the Practice Day, Qualifying Day and Race Day.
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Accordingly, spectators will be able to choose among the three categories of tickets including Walkabout Ticket, Grandstand Ticket, and Hospitality Ticket.

Each type of ticket is also classified into different sub-categories with differentiated offers for one-day or three-day ticket holders.

Hospitality Ticket, which comprises of three classes including Diamond, Platinum, and Gold, will provide the audience with high-class services and prime positions to watch the race with the three-day price ranging from VND49.33 million (US$2,100) to VND96.5 million (US$4,200).

Meanwhile, Grandstand Ticket is an ideal choice which offers the audience the most diverse and authentic views with the prices ranging from VND1.56 million (US$67) for one-day ticket to VND3.89 million (US$168)-VND9.09 million (US$392) for three-day tickets.

Audiences will have no seat with Walkabout Ticket, which is suitable for people who want to enjoy the heat of the race with affordable prices.

The Walkabout Tickets ticket prices start from VND700,000 (US$30.5) for one day.

Audiences can book tickets online and look up the list of ticket distribution agents on the official website of the race at https://www.f1vietnamgp.com/ or purchase them via e-commerce platform at https://www.adayroi.com/ or directly at a VinMart+ convenience stores in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. There will be 5,565 tickets available.

Formula 1 Grand Prix is considered the most expected must-watch race in the world, attracting millions of spectators worldwide annually. The race is slated to debut in Vietnam in April 2020 by the name Formula 1 Vietnam Grand Prix.

Construction of the F1 race circuit started in March 2019 and is expected to be completed in December. The proposed track features 22 turns over its 5.565km length running through some of Hanoi’s major streets such as Le Duc Tho, Thang Long avenue and Me Tri. The routes were inspired by the sections of the race circuits in Monaco, Germany, and Japan.