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2011 Chinese Grand Prix Report & Previews

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
     Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

     Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
     Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
     Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

    Chinese GP Preview
    Chinese GP Friday Practice Reports
    Chinese GP Saturday Qualifying Reports
    Chinese GP Sunday Race Reports

Chinese Grand Prix is a round of the F1 World Championship. It is presently held at the Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, designed by Hermann Tilke. At what time completed in 2004, it was the most luxurious F1 circuit facility, costing $240 million. The track is 5.451 km stretched and features one of the trickiest curves combinations on the F1 calendar, similar to that of Istanbul Park’s turn 8, also designed by Tilke. Turn 1 and 2 are a very demanding 270 degree, right-handed corner combination that requires a lot of speed whilst entering and it tightens up towards the end. The Chinese Grand Prix has been notable for having a unlike winning driver at every one of its seven races.

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