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Head down to Shanghai to catch the Chinese Grand Prix. As the third Formula 1 race of the 2019 season, it's sure to be a interesting start to the new championship. Located just outside of the city in Anting, Shanghai Audi International Circuit is 5.451kms long; with 56 laps, racers will travel a total distance of 305.066kms. The racetrack was designed in shape of the character ‘上’ of ‘Shanghai’. The current track record is 1:32.238 minutes, held by Michael Schumacher.