Get in "pole position" for the Chinese Grand Prix

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The Chinese Grand Prix has been held since 2004 on the Shanghai International Circuit, the most expensive in the history of F1.

Beware! On this racetrack designed by German architect Hermann Tilke, you are entering into Briton Lewis Hamilton's territory. He is the three-time winner of the Chinese Grand Prix.

On a very selective route of 5.451 kilometres where short straights and tight corners encourage overtaking, the grand prize requires 56 laps, totaling a little more than 305 km. The record is still held by Michael Schumacher, with a time of 132238, at the 2004 inaugural. Will his Formula 1 still stand 12 years later? Find out by coming to see this three-day event.

Chinese Grand Prix
Shanghai International Racing Circuit
2000 Yining Rd, Jiading

15 -17 April 2016

1 271 CNY

Starts 2 p.m