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Shanghai Street Circuit

Shanghai Street Circuit
Location Shanghai, China
Time zone GMT +8
Major events DTM
2004 Circuit
Length 2.840 km (1.765 mi)
Lap record 1:13.189 (Bernd Schneider, HWA Team, 2004)
2010 Circuit
Length 2.465 km (1.532 mi)
Lap record 0:59.189 (David Coulthard, Mücke Motorsport, 2010)

Shanghai Street Circuit is a street circuit in Pudong, China. On 18 July 2004, the 2.85 km track hosted a non-championship race of Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters won by Gary Paffett for Mercedes-AMG.[1]

On 28 January 2010, DTM bosses revealed the final calendar for the 2010 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters season featured a season finale on the street circuit on 31 October 2010 for the first time in six years.[2][3][4]


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External links

  • Track map 2004
  • AutoRacing1 Exclusive - Is Shanghai in CART's future
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