Hospitality ticket prices for a three-day combo range from VND49,330,000 (US$2,140) to VND96,500,000 (US$4,190), giving purchasers access to food, entertainment and other privileges.
Grandstand tickets include premium grandstand, standard grandstand and unreserved grandstand. Three-day ticket costs from VND3,890,000 (US$170) to VND9,090,000 (US$395), while the cheapest one-day ticket is VND 1,560,000 (US$67).
Meanwhile, general admission ranges from VND700,000 (US$30) to VND 1,750,000 (US$76).
Fans can buy tickets at www.f1vietnamgp.com, https://www.adayroi.com, VinMart convenience stores or call 1900 232428.
Vietnam will host thư F1 Grand Prix in Hanoi for the first time in April, 2020.
Preparations have been in full swing since March 2019 for a thrilling street race, west of Vietnam’s capital, around a 5.565km track located near My Dinh National Stadium.
Previously, on April 20, the 'F1 Vietnam Grand Prix Launch' event took place at the My Dinh National Stadium. It showcased a display of F1 racing cars, driven by legendary F1 driver David Coulthard.
As one of the largest and most prestigious sporting events on the planet, F1 is expected to enhance the capital’s position as a truly global city and a destination for world-class experiences.