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Shanghai Circuit is good to visit for F1 race. It is close to metro which is overcrowded only on the way back at race day. But you can go around the circuit or just wait a little bit inside with drinks, food and music. I...More
If you like F1 or similar, you will go there sooner of later. There is a metro stop not too far which used to get closed for the grand prix. Parking is available but rather unpleasant given the chaotic organization around it. Access to stands...More
The Shanghai International Circuit is a motorsport race track, situated in the Jiading District, Shanghai. The circuit is best known as the venue for the annual Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 2004.
Came here to watch the Formula1 in both 2016 and 2018.
The Circuit has its own Metro station on Line 11 so access to/from the circuit is easy, and the crowds are very well-marshalled on race day.
It can take a while to get through...More
I went with a group of students and we had a tour of the facilities. It was extremely interesting to hear about the development of sports in China and be on the F1 track given my husband's enjoyment of that sport.
The facilities are thoughtfully...More
we was there for the Formula1 Grandprix 2018.
Arrival by Subway is very easy and preferred.
Also after the race the responsible persons of subway organization regulate this mass of people. It's very nice organized to get them home safely
It was my 2nd time coming here, it’s a great place to enjoy a weekend. The race was exciting with a surprising winner, Ricciardo,...I advise that you get Grandstand tickets if you want a better view of the race including the pit stops. There were...More
Almost every year in April, I come to the Shanghai International Circuit, home of The Chinese Grand Prix for the Shanghai race. I have no memory when was the first time for me but definitely it was after 2007. The 2018 race ended little over...More
Shanghai Circuit has which all circuits around the world must have... Easy access, although
its about 45 minutes tube ride from downtown. The low point is just the entrance due to chinese safety during the big events like Formula 1, could take a time to...More
You need a pit lane pass to walk the pit lane. You only get access to the track as you leave the circuit. No one walls the track. If you have grandstand tickets they will be number and the seats are numbered as well. On... More
You need a pit lane pass to walk the pit lane. You only get access to the track as you leave the circuit. No one walls the track. If you have grandstand tickets they will be number and the seats are numbered as well. On Friday, your grandstand tickets are invalid, it’s 1st come 1st serve, Saturday and Sunday should be fine