Wednesday, 07 november 2018, 05:57 , by Matthew Scott
Liberty Media's attempt to expand Formula 1's global appeal hasn't always been well-received by some fans, and it was no different following confirmation that 2020 will feature a Vietnam Grand Prix for the first time. Whether the addition of another street circuit, neglect of more classic venues, or just chasing the money – F1's owners once again came in for criticism after Wednesday's announcement.
We want track circuits. Not street circuits. This isn't formula e— Niall (@Nrichards678) November 7, 2018
ah nice— ecksoal (@ecksoal) November 7, 2018
ANOTHER street circuit, because that’s what the sport needs
Save Silverstone first— Amy Hemmings ???? (@amemegzxxx) November 7, 2018
They forgot the real racing tracks, with history and pedigree, just for the money. It sucks, another street circuit, that nobody knows if it's gonna deliver, why remove Baku if they wanted a street circuit so much?— Edgar González C. (@EdGonCas7) November 7, 2018
How about returning to circuits with actual motorsport history? Circuits that had great racing and were popular. Nah, all about that money.— TheBassist. (@Steve65462) November 7, 2018