The Shanghai International Circuit, the home for the Chinese Grand Prix, has been the venue for some of the most emotional moments of Lewis Hamilton’s Formula One career. The 2007 event is, of course, the first memory that comes to mind when you think of Hamilton in China. Show More Summary
Lewis Hamilton won the 2014 Chinese Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit on April 20, 2014 in Shanghai, China. The post Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix 2014 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Mercedes AMG Petronas British driver Lewis Hamilton took his third pole of the season at the Shanghai International Circuit on Saturday, overcoming rainy conditions and beating out Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo by just over a half a second in the Chinese Grand Prix. [ more › ]
Conditions are predicted to be only slightly overcast for this weekend’s 2014 Formula One Chinese Grand Prix taking place at the Shanghai International Circuit. We may still see some rain during tomorrow’s qualifying session, but things are expected to remain dry during Sunday's race. The predicted top temperature for Sunday is a mild...
We’re now at the fourth race of the 2014 Formula One season, the Chinese Grand Prix, which once again is taking place at the Shanghai International Circuit. This year the race coincides with the Beijing Auto Show, so there will be a lot of focus on China this weekend for automotive fans. Built in 2004, the 3.4-mile long Shanghai...
The fourth round of the 2014 Formula One season takes place at the Shanghai International Circuit in China. Having joined the calendar in 2004, the circuit is enjoyed rather than loved by the drivers, who will be returning to the circuit...Show More Summary
The 2014 Formula One Chinese Grand Prix takes place on Sunday at the Shanghai International Circuit. Designed by Hermann Tilke, the circuit opened in 2004 and held its first race the same year. This will be the 11th running of the Chinese...Show More Summary
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso does not believe that his team heads into the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend at the top of the current Formula 1 pecking order, despite claiming a comfortable victory at the Shanghai International Circuit last time out.
Fernando Alonso eased to victory in the Chinese Grand Prix with a dominant performance on the Shanghai International Circuit. [ more › ]
Ferrari scored its first win of the 2013 Formula One season thanks to the efforts of its star driver Fernando Alonso, who took home a decisive victory in yesterday’s Chinese Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit. He was followed by Lotus’ Kimi Räikkönen and Mercedes AMG’s Lewis Hamilton, who earned second and...
McLaren driver Jenson Button leaves the Shanghai International Circuit in high spirits after claiming a fifth place finish at the Chinese venue on Sunday, bouncing back from a costly retirement in the closing stages of last month's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has sent out a warning message to his rivals after securing his first victory of the season at the Shanghai International Circuit on Sunday afternoon, explaining that he had more pace available throughout the 56-lap Grand Prix.
Nico Hülkenberg was in a positive frame of mind after qualifying tenth on the grid for Sunday afternoon's Chinese Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit, the German achieving his first knock-out session appearance for new team Sauber.
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, the Chinese Grand Prix will invade the Shanghai International Circuit on Sunday as part of Formula One's season. Two-time champion Lewis Hamilton will be looking to extend his record of most wins at the Chinese Grand Prix while 2012 winner Nico Rosberg has other plans in Shanghai. Show More Summary
Jenson Button says he achieved his pre-qualifying goal at the Shanghai International Circuit on Saturday afternoon, with the McLaren driver breaking into the final qualifying phase and finishing as the leading runner on the Medium compound tyres.
Sunday, the eyes of the Formula 1 world will focus on the 5.451 km Shanghai International Circuit, the home of the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix. It is the third race of the Formula 1 season and there seems to be a wide open field. So whoShow More Summary
We’re now at the third race of the 2013 Formula One season, the Chinese Grand Prix, which once again is taking place at the Shanghai International Circuit. Built in 2004, the 3.4-mile circuit features a long back straight--also the DRS activation zone where drivers have plenty of opportunities to overtake--followed by a hairpin turn. The...
The Chinese Grand Prix, the third race of the 2013 Formula 1 season, takes place on one of the series' most challenging courses. That would be the 5.451 km Shanghai International Circuit. It is the long straight-a-ways where cars can reach over 190 miles per hour that make the course exciting. Show More Summary
The Chinese Grand Prix kickstarts another back-to-back phase this weekend, with the Shanghai International Circuit hosting its tenth Formula 1 race. GPUpdate.net has put together an extensive factfile for your viewing pleasure ahead of the event.
After more than a fortnight away, Formula 1 returns to life at the Shanghai International Circuit this weekend. Part of a back-to-back schedule with Bahrain, the venue has all the required ingredients at the ready to produce another fascinating Grand Prix, with recent form suggesting that at least four teams can fight for victory.