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