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As a leg of the prestigious Formula One World Championship, the Chinese Grand Prix draws top F1 driving talent to Shanghai every April, and the city's hottest nightclubs host parties to welcome the influx of racing celebrities and moneyed...more
2000 Yining Lu, Jiading | Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai 201814, China
Yeah those of you who have been to other F1 races in the world will know this is second-rate. Usually $8 lattes are acceptable begrudgingly because the city puts on a great show for the fans. Shanghai doesn't. It's just F1. If you're an F1...More
My first live F1 experience was truly a memorable one. I was a little hesitant to pick Shanghai as the reviews were not all that great.
But in my view those reviews were either misleading, or Shanghai simply turned it up a notch in 2018....More
We had booked our trip around attending the F1 but the schedule was changed by F1 and we were now a week early. Too expensive to change our itinerary but seeing the track was a must. The place was being setup when we arrived. You...More
We have been to Australian GP 5 times, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan once. And now China. Never again would we go to this race. While the race was good and the view from High Grandstand was fantastic that is about all it has going for...More
I have attended some great events across the world right from Olympic games, tennis grand slams, Formula 1 grand prixs, international football events etc.
This event from a pure event perspective rates right at the bottom of the list.
Transport is pathetic, with long long...More
Happens only once a year so enjoy it while you can! Aside from the race itself there are other attractions like ,bands, booze, free gaming and giveaways. If you love a cheering crowd and lots of people this is your place to be! Lots of...More
After many trips to the Melbourne f1 Gp I decided to check out the Shanghai race. in short it was cheaper to experience 12 days in ong Kong, Shanghai and Macau than a week in Melbourne. 3 days pass on the back straight grand stand...More
Great place to see an F1 race. Take the metro Line 11 to the Shanghai Circuit stop. It is the best way in and out of the track. There is tons of food and drink available and lots of vendors selling race stuff.