Held at the Shanghai International Circuit, the Chinese Grand Prix is an exciting circuit and the product of a $240 million development. Following a vision for a Grand Prix in China as far back as 1990, the first ever race was held in 2004 and was won by Ferrari’s Rubens Barrichello. Since then the Chinese crown has gone to ex world champions including Schumacher, Alonso and Lewis Hamilton. At 5,451km long, it’s the longest circuit on the championship and with the changing weather in Shanghai, China represents a big challenge across the grid.
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