Beijing International Street Circuit

Beijing International Street Circuit


Tongzhou, China (CN)
Beijing International Street Circuit is a street circuit in the Yizhaung which a suburb 15 km (10 mi) south-east of central Beijing.

The circuit was first used in November 2006 to host the third round of the A1GP 2006 season. The following year the A1GP held another race here for the 2007 season.

The track did however bring saftey concerns up. The FIA expressed saftey concersn about the hairpin and dual carriageway on the track, but later gave it a green light. The tight hairpin did cause problems during the races as it was too tight for the race cars and that the race cars and the cars were stopping at the mid corner bringing out the red flag serveral times during the races.
Beijing International Street Circuit is a street circuit in the Yizhaung which a suburb 15 km (10 mi) south-east of central Beijing.

The circuit was first used in November 2006 to host the third round of the A1GP 2006 season. The following year the A1GP held another race here for the 2007 season.

The track did however bring saftey concerns up. The FIA expressed saftey concersn about the hairpin and dual carriageway on the track, but later gave it a green light. The tight hairpin did cause problems during the races as it was too tight for the race cars and that the race cars and the cars were stopping at the mid corner bringing out the red flag serveral times during the races.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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