Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai

: 56
: 5.451 KM
: 305.066 KM
LAP RECORD: 1:32.238 - Michael Schumacher (2004)

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If you are planning to walk from the pit garage nearest to Turn 1 to Race Control, best to take a bag with something to eat and drink: it's the longest walk on the F1 calendar. The Shanghai International Circuit is so big it's as though the measurements on the plan were written in centimetres, but were eventually built in inches. Two Zeppelin-like structures straddle the track between the building above the pits and the main grandstand and looking down from one of them makes the cars seem about the size of a slot racing model car. The facility is a testament to the spending power of this fast growing nation. The track itself features a very long 1300 metre straight and the long corners put a lot of strain on the tyres.

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F1 News report of the China GP 2018 of Scuderia Toro Rosso
Posted on 17 April, 2018

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Chinese GP - Qualifying

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Shanghai International Circuit, Scuderia Toro Rosso
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Carlos Sainz at the wheel of his Scuderia Toro Rosso STR12, 2017 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix.
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2017 Chinese Grand Prix, Daniil Kvyat, Scuderia Toro Rosso STR12
Posted on 8 April, 2017


A positive Saturday for us, here in Shanghai. These are our drivers and team's reactions after FP3 and Qualifying.

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