Shanghai International Circuit Grandstand Introduction
Published: 13:40 Jan 13, 2013 | Guiding
A-Platinum: The best place to watch the event for 2012 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix. The seats are located at the middle area of the Grandstand A-high which is facing the starting grid. You can see the pit lane clearly and enjoy the start and the finish. There are 6 big screens helping you catch any cream of the event. Free tea service is available during the weekend.
Grandstand A High: The seats are located next to the A-platinum area. The best place to overlook the whole track. You can see the pit lane clearly and enjoy the start. The east area will also allow you to watch the podium ceremony. There are 6 big screens helping you catch any cream of the event.
Grandstand A Low: The seats are located at the lower level of the Grandstand A which is the closest area to the track and pit lane. It's the best place to watch the start and event the podium ceremony. There are 6 big screens helping you catch any cream of the event.
Sub-Grandstand H/K: The trandstand is located at the end of the longest straight of the circuit, since you are facing the most exciting hairpin, you can see the cars reduce their speed from the top to the lowest. Also there are big screens helping you catch any cream of the event.
Grandstand B: The grandstand is facing the curve 1 to 4. Since it's the first twisty section after the starting, every facer will try his best to take himself a better position in the place. Also, it's facing the exit of the pit lane so more competitions will be presented here.
Grass L: The grass area L is just next to the Grandstand A. You can see the finish line and event the podium here.
Grass C: The grass area C is facing the No.6 curve which is the first hairpin of the track. Also you can see curve 7 and curve 8 which form the only long "S" of the track.
Grass F: The grass area F is facing the longest straight. You will see the cars running at their top speed in front of you.
Grass J: The grass area J is facing the most exciting hairpin. Cars are very likely to skid off the track here.