Shanghai International Circuit

The Shanghai International Circuit is best known as the venue for the annual Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 2004. The circuit cost approximately 2.6 billion yuan ($450 million).

The circuit layout roughly mirrors the Chinese character Shang, it features medium to slow speed corners and a straight where the drivers are flat out for almost 1.4 kilometres. A distinctive feature
of the track is the long right-hander which opens the lap, through which the drivers turn over 270 degrees before switching back.

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Shanghai International Circuit

Shanghai International Circuit

The Shanghai International Circuit is best known as the venue for the annual Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 2004. The circuit cost approximately 2.6 billion yuan ($450 million).

The circuit layout roughly mirrors the Chinese character Shang, it features medium to slow speed corners and a straight where the drivers are flat out for almost 1.4 kilometres. A distinctive feature
of the track is the long right-hander which opens the lap, through which the drivers turn over 270 degrees before switching back.

For other print sizes, framed prints, phone cases and greeting cards CLICK HERE.
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15413675
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