The leaders of Formula 1 are in talks with the officials of Vietnam on a potential Grand Prix, according to AUTOSPORT.com.
In 2017 Bernie Ecclestone said that he had the opportunity to bring F1 to Vietnam, but he refused this option, believing that at that time in Asia and so it was enough of racing.
However, the new commercial Director of F1 Sean Bratches said he wants to see more city races on the Asian continent.
Sean Bratches: We want to fill the calendar two city races in Asia
After Malaysia refused to renew his contract on the holding GP, the user Big Prizes to aim to replace it with another Asian country already in the short term.
Vietnam is one of the potential countries-candidates on carrying out of race, and the negotiations between the sides are already.
Heineken wants to bring Formula 1 to Vietnam
In addition, there is a variant in which the calendar will be replenished for the second race in China that F1 bosses consider important market.
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