Shanghai International Circuit

With top speeds of up to 317 km/h, the Shanghai International Circuit is one of the fastest tracks on the racing calendar. Home to the Chinese Grand Prix, which it has hosted since 2004, the circuit features a combination of slow spiraling corners, fast corners, hairpins, and straights – making it one of the most grueling circuits in Formula 1.

The circuit is made up of 16 varying turns – 9 right-handers and 7 left-handers – which put high demands on the breakings systems in the cars. A solid team effort will be needed for a successful outcome in this one.

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Shanghai International Circuit

Track Information

Location: China
Length: 5.451 km
Turns: 16

Track Statistics

Lap Record: 1:32.238 – Michael Schumacher, Ferrari (2004)
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