Chinese Grand Prix

Shanghai International Circuit, Jiading, Shanghai, China

19 – 21 April 2024

The Chinese Grand Prix was completed and has been hosted since 2014.  It was the most expensive Formula One circuit facility, costing USD240 million until Abu Dhabi became the most expensive at USD6 billion when it opened in 2009.  The track is 5.451 km long and features one of the trickiest corners combinations on the Formula One calendar, comparable to that of Istanbul Park’s turn 8, also designed by Hermann Tilke. Scroll down below to find more information about the event, accommodation​ and promotional packages that are available or buy your Chinese F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Shanghai is a modern city with a perfect blend of cultures, modern, traditional, western and oriental. A shopping paradise where one can find almost anything in the modern shops or the markets all over the city. Shanghai has the worlds 2nd tallest building, the Shanghai Tower and the newest Disneyland. The finest restaurants offer traditional and western food, with superior service and one can take a night cruise on the Huangpu River where you get to see Shanghai’s beautiful skyline lit up in magnificent colours. With so many sights to see and things to do, one will never forget their experience in this enchanting city.
 
The Shanghai International Circuit is located in the Jiading district, about 35km to the north of downtown Shanghai, and an easy daily commute on the city’s public transport for visitors to the Grand Prix.  Booking your accommodation in Shanghai in China is a  click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

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Nearest Airport

Shanghai is serviced by two major airports – Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) is the primary international airport serving Shanghai and a major aviation hub for Asia. It is located about 30 kilometers east of the city centre. The second airport is Hong Qiao (SHA), which is largely for domestic flights.  There are numerous ways on how to get from Shanghai Airport to the City Center such as using the convenient Airport Shuttle Bus.  Firstly, you can take the airport express bus to get to the city center. There are airport express Line No.1 to Line No.8, and most of them can take you to the city center. You can get on the bus on both the terminal 1 and terminal 2.

By Metro Line 2 – Metro Line 2 (in green) is available when departing or arriving Pudong International Airport, which is the one of cheapest way to get to Shanghai downtown.  The Guanglan Road stop is a transfer stop, changing between four-car and eight-car subway trains. Passengers who need to transfer and continue their journey to the city center should get off here.

Pudong International Airport-Guanglan Road (Round Trip)
Operating Time: 6:00 a.m. – 22:30 p.m.
Interval: 8.5 minutes

 

By Maglev Train – Shanghai Maglev Train is the 1st commercial maglev line in the world.  You will notice that the destination of the Maglev Train is Longyang Rd. Metro Station.It needs only 8 minutes from Longyang Road stop to Pudong Internation Aiport by Maglev line. If you want to head forward to the city center, you should transfer to Metro Line 2 and get off at People’s Square.
Origin: Pudong Airport
Destination: Longyang Rd. Metro Station

Interval/min: 15 mins (09:02-18:47); 20 mins (07:02-08:42 19:02-21:42)
Operating Hours:

  • Pudong Airport→Longyang Road 7:02a.m. – 9:42p.m.(22:15p.m.,22:40p.m.)
  • Longyang Road-Pudong Airport 6:45a.m. – 9:40p.m.
 
By Taxi – By taxi may be the most convenient way, but the cost is a little expensive. Also, in Shanghai, it is a little hard to get a taxi. You may have to wait for 30 minutes or more to get a taxi, for there are too many passengers sometimes.

Coach & Bus

One of the more convenient ways to travel across Shanghai is on a public bus.  Shanghai has an extensive bus network. The city also has one of the oldest operating trolleybus systems. Most buses in the city centre of Shanghai uses numbers to indicate the line they serve, while Chinese characters are used for suburban busses and some city buses. You can pay distance-based fares with the Shanghai Public Transportation Card.  Big Bus Shanghai operates sightseeing tours of the city’s best attractions using open-top double decker buses.

Taxi

Use a licensed taxi as they are the only ones allowed near the circuit. If you don’t speak Shanghainese or Mandarin, have someone at your hotel write down the destination for the driver.

Train

Getting around on Shanghai’s Metro is as easy as mass transit comes. The system is modern, clean and by European standards, very cheap.  To get to the Grand Prix; Shanghai’s Metro line 11 stops at the Shanghai Circuit station – an easy walk to the entrance of the circuit. Trains on line 11 terminate at either Huaqiao or North Jiading so check before you board the train that it is destined for Huaqiao or change to the correct train at Jiading Xincheng.

Walking

Getting around central parts of Shanghai on your own two feet is easy. Other parts of the city falls somewhere between tedious and daunting as you negotiate obstructed pavements, busy roads and mindless driving. Be cautious crossing major roads where often there will be no pedestrian crossing, and even when there are don’t assume that having the right of way will mean that cars will actually stop for you.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

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Chinese Grand Prix

Shanghai International Circuit, Jiading, Shanghai, China

19 – 21 April 2024

The Chinese Grand Prix was completed and has been hosted since 2014.  It was the most expensive Formula One circuit facility, costing USD240 million until Abu Dhabi became the most expensive at USD6 billion when it opened in 2009.  The track is 5.451 km long and features one of the trickiest corners combinations on the Formula One calendar, comparable to that of Istanbul Park’s turn 8, also designed by Hermann Tilke. Scroll down below to find more information about the event, accommodation​ and promotional packages that are available or buy your Chinese F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Shanghai is a modern city with a perfect blend of cultures, modern, traditional, western and oriental. A shopping paradise where one can find almost anything in the modern shops or the markets all over the city. Shanghai has the worlds 2nd tallest building, the Shanghai Tower and the newest Disneyland. The finest restaurants offer traditional and western food, with superior service and one can take a night cruise on the Huangpu River where you get to see Shanghai’s beautiful skyline lit up in magnificent colours. With so many sights to see and things to do, one will never forget their experience in this enchanting city.
 
The Shanghai International Circuit is located in the Jiading district, about 35km to the north of downtown Shanghai, and an easy daily commute on the city’s public transport for visitors to the Grand Prix.  Booking your accommodation in Shanghai in China is a click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Shanghai is serviced by two major airports – Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) is the primary international airport serving Shanghai and a major aviation hub for Asia. It is located about 30 kilometers east of the city centre. The second airport is Hong Qiao (SHA), which is largely for domestic flights.  There are numerous ways on how to get from Shanghai Airport to the City Center such as using the convenient Airport Shuttle Bus.  Firstly, you can take the airport express bus to get to the city center. There are airport express Line No.1 to Line No.8, and most of them can take you to the city center. You can get on the bus on both the terminal 1 and terminal 2.

By Metro Line 2 – Metro Line 2 (in green) is available when departing or arriving Pudong International Airport, which is the one of cheapest way to get to Shanghai downtown.  The Guanglan Road stop is a transfer stop, changing between four-car and eight-car subway trains. Passengers who need to transfer and continue their journey to the city center should get off here.

Pudong International Airport-Guanglan Road (Round Trip)
Operating Time: 6:00 a.m. – 22:30 p.m.
Interval: 8.5 minutes

 

By Maglev Train – Shanghai Maglev Train is the 1st commercial maglev line in the world.  You will notice that the destination of the Maglev Train is Longyang Rd. Metro Station.It needs only 8 minutes from Longyang Road stop to Pudong Internation Aiport by Maglev line. If you want to head forward to the city center, you should transfer to Metro Line 2 and get off at People’s Square.
Origin: Pudong Airport
Destination: Longyang Rd. Metro Station

Interval/min: 15 mins (09:02-18:47); 20 mins (07:02-08:42 19:02-21:42)
Operating Hours:

  • Pudong Airport→Longyang Road 7:02a.m. – 9:42p.m.(22:15p.m.,22:40p.m.)
  • Longyang Road-Pudong Airport 6:45a.m. – 9:40p.m.
 
By Taxi – By taxi may be the most convenient way, but the cost is a little expensive. Also, in Shanghai, it is a little hard to get a taxi. You may have to wait for 30 minutes or more to get a taxi, for there are too many passengers sometimes.

Coach & Bus

One of the more convenient ways to travel across Shanghai is on a public bus.  Shanghai has an extensive bus network. The city also has one of the oldest operating trolleybus systems. Most buses in the city centre of Shanghai uses numbers to indicate the line they serve, while Chinese characters are used for suburban busses and some city buses. You can pay distance-based fares with the Shanghai Public Transportation Card.  Big Bus Shanghai operates sightseeing tours of the city’s best attractions using open-top double decker buses.

Taxi

Use a licensed taxi as they are the only ones allowed near the circuit. If you don’t speak Shanghainese or Mandarin, have someone at your hotel write down the destination for the driver.

Train

Getting around on Shanghai’s Metro is as easy as mass transit comes. The system is modern, clean and by European standards, very cheap.  To get to the Grand Prix; Shanghai’s Metro line 11 stops at the Shanghai Circuit station – an easy walk to the entrance of the circuit. Trains on line 11 terminate at either Huaqiao or North Jiading so check before you board the train that it is destined for Huaqiao or change to the correct train at Jiading Xincheng.

Walking

Getting around central parts of Shanghai on your own two feet is easy. Other parts of the city falls somewhere between tedious and daunting as you negotiate obstructed pavements, busy roads and mindless driving. Be cautious crossing major roads where often there will be no pedestrian crossing, and even when there are don’t assume that having the right of way will mean that cars will actually stop for you.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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