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Beijing International Street Circuit

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Beijing International Street Circuit

This article is about the Superleague Formula circuit. For the A1 Grand Prix circuit, see Beijing International Streetcircuit.
Beijing International Street Circuit
Location China Beijing, China
Major events Superleague Formula
Length 2.721 km (1.691 mi)
Lap record 1:05.058 (Frédéric Vervisch, Liverpool F.C., 2010)

The Beijing International Street Circuit is a street circuit located at Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park, Beijing, China.


To keep the success of Olympic Games, the Shunyu district decided to invest 300 million yuan to build facilities for motorsport.[1] The circuit opened in October 2010, when it hosted a non-championship round of the 2010 Superleague Formula season.[2]


External links

  • Superleague Formula 2010 Beijing Stop (

Coordinates: 40°10′25″N 116°41′12″E / 40.17361°N 116.68667°E / 40.17361; 116.68667

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