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2017 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix

April 30, 2017 3 p.m. (local time)
Strecke Sochi Autodrom
Länge 5853 km km
Runden TBA
Distanz TBC
Rekord 1:40.896 - V Bottas (2014)

Mercedes-Benz at the Russia Grand Prix

The Sochi circuit, located in the Black Sea resort of the same name, is the first purpose-built Formula One facility in Russia and will host the country's inaugural Grand Prix in 2014. Located within Sochi’s impressive Olympic Park facility and winding its way around many of the architecturally eye-catching venues that were built for the Games, the 5.853 kilometre circuit will provide a fresh challenge to teams and drivers alike.

Plans for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix first came to prominence in 2010, with construction of the facility falling under the design supervision of Hermann Tilke. The track itself varies in width from 13 metres at its narrowest point to 15 metres at the start-finish line. Running in a clockwise direction, the layout consists of 12 right-hand and seven left-hand corners and combines both high-speed and technical sections.

Sochi has long been Russia’s largest and most popular resort, but it has now also emerged as one of the country's top sporting destinations. 2014 sees the city host not only its first Formula One Grand Prix, but also the 22nd Olympic Winter Games and 11th Paralympic Winter Games. It will also be a host city for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Silver Arrows Mercedes-Benz Power
Wins 1 1
Podiums 2 3
Pole Positions 1 1
Front Row Starts 2 2
Fastest Laps 0 1

Circuit Characteristics

Number of Corners 19 (7 Left / 12 Right)
Distance from Pole to Turn 1 Apex TBC
Braking Events TBC
Pit Lane Length Under Speed Limit Control TBC
Pit Lane Time at 80 km/h TBC
Brake Energy (1 = Low / 3 = High) TBC

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