Indulge in the electrifying excitement of the cutting-edge, high-speed F1 Shanghai circuit.
The circuit includes challenging turns especially Turns 1 and 2 as they call for a 270º corner. An excellent place to catch all the track action is from Grandstand A - Main Straight. A seat here puts you in a prime position to see the start, the pit stops and of course, the podium celebrations.
Shanghai International Circuit, No.2000, Yining Rd., Jiading District, Shanghai 201814
Number of laps
From the city centre, you can take a taxi. Count on approximately 45 minutes to 2 hours of travel time, depending on the traffic situation and your transportation method. Sometimes it's easier to just use an app and avoid any confusion. There is DiDi whose Apple and Android apps are available in English.
From the city centre, you can take the Metro Line 11. Count on approximately 45 minutes of travel time. The line is sometimes closed during the event for security reasons. If it is closed during your stay, use the next available metro line to get to a station close by and then complete your journey by taxi.
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Grandstand Tickets: Feel the adrenaline from the Main Grandstands or from the Back Straight - Grandstand H & K.
Due to security reasons, we don't recommend children under 3 years old to attend the event. Children older than 3 years old attending the event must be accompanied by an adult.
We recommend the following:
Food & Beverage
- Xiaolongbao: Shanghai’s favourite food - a dumpling hiding its soup within its carefully pinched wrapper.
- Grilled oysters: you can find variations of grilled oysters - oysters with black bean sauce, oysters with chilli oil and garlic and even oysters in cheese sauce.
- Caramel strawberry: a crunchy and sweet strawberry skewer covered in bubbling sugar.
- Roasted duck: honey-glazed roasted duck!
- Din Tai Fung: has become one of the world's top ten best restaurants with its renowned xiaolongbao.
- Chenghuangmiao Old Street: one of the most famous food streets in the city. You can find traditional dishes such as steamed buns, Sheng Jian Bo, fried rice cakes and crab shell cakes.
- There is a tremendous amount of interesting tourist attractions available to explore in Shanghai. For family fun, we recommend boarding one of the Huangpu River Cruises that will allow you to explore the wonders of Shanghai at night.
- The Nanjing Lu is the City’s most popular shopping street, especially during the evenings.
- For a trendy meal, the Xi Tian Di district offers a fine selection of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
- On cultural terms, the Jade Buddha Temple, the Yu Yuan Gardens and the World Financial Centre are all worth visiting. The city’s public transportation will take you to any of these venues.