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The Circuit

What You Need To Know

The Chinese Grand Prix returns to the calendar for the first time since 2019 this year, having first appeared on the F1 calendar in 2004.

That 2019 race was also F1000, the 1000th race since the inception of the sport in 1950.

The 5.451km layout features 16 turns (nine right, seven left). The racing lap record from the first race in 2004 still stands today, set by Michael Schumacher.

Shanghai International Circuit holds special memories for our team too, having been the site of our first win since returning to the sport in 2010 when Nico Rosberg triumphed in 2012.

In 2005, the circuit hosted the season finale for the one and only time.

Having originally taken place towards the end of the F1 calendar, the race moved to a more permanent slot in the early stages of the season from 2009.

The first seven events were all won by different drivers.

Lewis Hamilton is the most successful driver at the track, triumphing six times to date between 2008 and 2019.

  • First GP
    2004
  • Circuit Length
    5.451km