Hanoi — Formula One chief Jean Todt on Wednesday hailed next year’s inaugural Vietnamese Grand Prix in Hanoi as a great opportunity to open doors for people with “a passion” for motorsport in Southeast Asia. The Vietnamese capital will get its first taste of the high-octane glitz and glamour of Formula One when it hosts its first grand prix from April next year as the sport bids to tap into new markets in the region. Todt said he hoped Vietnamese fans seeing the likes of five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel battling wheel-to-wheel on the streets of Hanoi would lead to an explosion of interest in racing of all kinds in football-mad Vietnam. “It’s… fantastic for the development of the motorsport in Vietnam and in the region,” Todt, who is president of motorsport’s world governing body the FIA, told reporters Wednesday at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new street circuit in Hanoi. “I really hope that soon here will also be facilities to host cart racing, drifting racing,” he added. Todt hopes the event will breed a new generation of Vietnamese drivers. “You have young people, talented with a passion for motorsports, that’s why I think it’s very… Read full this story
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