Thursday, November 15, 2018

F1: Vietnam Joins the Grand Prix Circus, But are Other Venues leaving?



What does Yuhs know, Thars' a Liberty Shareholder meeting right round the Corner...

By now, Y'all have probably heard the news over the New Vietnam Grand Prix being announced for April, 2020, in the typical Multi-year Contract format, albeit the number of years is currently unknown.

The race will take place upon the country's Capital of Hanoi's Streets on a 5.565 kilometers 22-turn Street circuit.


But Dieter Rencken of Race Fans points out how the news of Vietnam's Grand Prix, which news was previously leaked, was timed to coincide with the first of two Liberty Shareholders meetings, to show how Thar' getting along, in hopes of Wooing Investors...

And whilst there's also the possibility of a Dutch Grand Prix revival, especially since some Hot-head; Err young Hotschue' named Max is All the Rage right now...

Yet Silverstone, Monza, Mexico and Abu Dhabi's contracts are all set to expire shortly, in 2019 I believe. To which I'd also add Sao Paolo to the mix and suddenly, there's a very good chance that more Grands Prix will be leaving the F1 Calendar vs. those potentially being added...

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