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Formula 1 – Track Records

TRACK ID TRACK NAME POS. DRIVER TIME
1 Melbourne, Australia 1    
1 Melbourne, Australia 2    
1 Melbourne, Australia 3    
2 Sepang, Malaysia 1    
2 Sepang, Malaysia 2    
2 Sepang, Malaysia 3    
3 Shanghai, China 1    
3 Shanghai, China 2    
3 Shanghai, China 3    
4 Shakir, Bahrain 1    
4 Shakir, Bahrain 2    
4 Shakir, Bahrain 3    
5 Montemelo, Spain 1    
5 Montemelo, Spain 2    
5 Montemelo, Spain 3    
6 Monte Carlo, Monaco 1    
6 Monte Carlo, Monaco 2    
6 Monte Carlo, Monaco 3    

 

6 – Monte Carlo, Monaco

monte carlo

Circuit de Monaco is a street circuit laid out on the city streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine around the harbour of the principality of Monaco. It is commonly referred to as “Monte Carlo” because it is largely inside the Monte Carlo neighbourhood of Monaco.

(Current Variation 2003 – Present)
Length: 3.340 km (2.075 mi)
Turns: 19
Lap record: 1:14.439 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)

5 – Montmelo, Spain

MontmeloThe Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track in Montmeló, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit.

Length: 4.655 km (2.892 mi)
Turns: 16
Lap record: 1:21.670 (Kimi Räikkönen, Ferrari, 2008)

4 – Shakir, Bahrain

bahrain

The construction of the Bahrain circuit was a national objective for Bahrain, initiated by the Crown Prince, Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa. The Crown Prince is the Honorary President of the Bahrain Motor Federation. TRL was asked to build the circuit, headed by Patrick Brogan.

Race organizers were worried that the circuit would not be complete in time for the 2004 Bahrain Grand Prix and attempted to cancel the event; however, Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone refused this request. In the end, the circuit was not quite fully complete, but was good enough for the grand prix to go ahead.

Length: 5.412 km (3.363 mi)
Turns: 15
Lap record: 1:30.252 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)

3 – Shanghai, China

shanghai

The Chinese Grand Prix is held at the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China and was first hosted in 2004.

Length: 5.451 km (3.387 mi)
Turns: 16
Lap record: 1:32.238 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)

2 – Sepang, Malaysia

malaysiaFirst included in the Formula One World Championship in 1999, the current Malaysian Grand Prix is held at the Sepang International Circuit at Sepang, Malaysia.

Laps: 56
Length: 5.543 km (3.444 mi)
Lap Record: 1:43:066 (Lewis Hamilton)

1 – Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne

The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit is a street circuit around Albert Park Lake, only a few kms south of central Melbourne.

Length: 5.303 km (3.295 mi)
Turns: 16
Lap record: 1:24.125 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)

Special Event F1 Tracks

For those of you who visit on a regular basis, you are probably aware that we have a set number of tracks available for Parties and Walk-ins. On top of these tracks we can also race all of the tracks from the 2012 F1 season, these tracks are available in our special events mode. The next few posts will detail the various tracks available in our F1 Special Events, some of them you will already know, some of them you may never have raced, they are there for the brave.