Chinese Grand Prix Packages

Following Bahrain, the F1™ teams move onto Shanghai at the beginning of April.

Increased wealth in China has brought with it a relentless building and promotional phase, of which Shanghai International Circuit is one such example. The circuit is one of the benchmarks against which all modern Formula One™ tracks are judged, and the hospitality facilities are second-to-none.

The Chinese Formula One™ Grand Prix has taken place at the Shanghai International Circuit since 2004. At the time of completion it was the most expensive F1™ facility at a cost of $240 million.

In 2017 Lewis Hamilton started in pole position and led the race from start to finish. Sebastian Vettel finished in second, and having started the race in 16th position Max Verstappen went on to complete the podium, finishing third.

Chinese Grand Prix Hospitality

At Shanghai we offer both Formula One Paddock Club™ & Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Paddock Club. Please see below for further information on both of these excellent hospitality packages.