A Rundown of the Vietnamese Grand Prix

A Rundown of the Vietnamese Grand Prix

The Vietnamese Grand Prix is a formula one race that is due to take place on the 3rd of April 2020. It marks the first-ever formula one race to take place in Vietnam and is to be held on a temporary street circuit known as the Hanoi Street Circuit; located in the country’s bustling capital.

Since the announcement, the race has gained a tremendous amount of recognition, which in fact, is quite favourable to the country since this could act as a measure of improving their tourism industry. This was once again justified by Rajiv Biswas, the Asia-Pacific chief economist at Market Research firm HIS, when he was asked about his opinion on the Vietnamese Grand Prix.

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But in addition to stimulating tourism. Formula 1 also helps children face the world. Now what I mean by that, is that the organisers of the Hanoi Formula 1 race have agreed to support the work of a charity in Vietnam known as facing the world (FTW).

Both parties will engage in helping children with the best medical experts to continue the charity’s work. Which is to help children with facial differences. The Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation also plans on using their platform to elevate the level of awareness in the country about the unfortunate situation that some children are facing. By doing so, they believe that it will spring in a generous amount of assistance to help children get the life-changing surgical intervention they need.

The main event is set to take place from the 3rd to the 5th of April 2020, giving visitors three adrenaline-pumping days of relentlessly upbeat track events, flavourful food festivals, live music and other entertainment. So, if you’re not a huge fan of racing events, don’t worry, There’s about a million other things for you to try. So, if you’re planning to visit Vietnam in light of the Formula 1 race, you might want to check out this value maximising deal from Travel Center. And if you’re interested, remember – we’re just one call, email or message away from helping you get your holiday to Vietnam organised.

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