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Shanghai DRS zone revealed by FIA
April 13, 2011 (18:10) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Formula 1 governing body the FIA has confirmed the Drag Reduction System zone for this weekends Chinese Grand Prix. The new-for-2011 device can be activated when a driver is within one second of the car ahead at the detection line, while it can be freely used in any practice and qualifying session. More...
Prez to race new Sauber chassis in Shanghai
April 13, 2011 (17:40) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Sergio Prez will race a new Sauber C30 chassis in this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, following the damage sustained in a freak incident in Malaysia last Sunday. More...
At a glance: Shanghai pole position winners
April 13, 2011 (06:02) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Shanghai made its Formula 1 debut in 2004, with Rubens Barrichello seizing pole position for Ferrari. However, since then three other drivers have enjoyed their own back-to-back P1 starting slots at the Shanghai International Circuit. Could Sebastian Vettel do the triple this weekend? More...
At a glance: Shanghai Grand Prix winners
April 13, 2011 (06:02) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Although overtaking is known to be easier in Shanghai than most circuits, 57 percent of Chinese Grand Prix winners to date have started on pole position. Last year, though, Jenson Button was able to make the most of wet conditions to lead home an historic 1-2 finish for McLaren. More...
China preview quotes - Force India & Sauber on Shanghai
April 11, 2011 (12:15) [ Indexed from Formula1.com ]
With the Malaysian and Chinese Grands Prix falling on successive weekends, the teams barely have time to catch their breath as they make the move from Sepang to Shanghai. Another of the new generation of circuits, it presents drivers and engineers with some very technical challenges. And as in Kuala Lumpur, the weather can often play in important role in the race's outcome More...
Di Resta: DRS great for Shanghai straight
April 11, 2011 (11:15) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Paul di Resta looks forward to this weekends Chinese Grand Prix, having failed to finish outside the points so far in his two-race Formula 1 career. The Scot is also anticipating exciting use of the new Drag Reduction System (DRS, also known as Adjustable Rear Wing) this weekend. More...
Shanghai circuit passes FIA track inspection
March 23, 2011 (18:02) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Next months Chinese Grand Prix has been given the go ahead by FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting after the circuit passed all of the necessary tests in order for its new licence to be granted. As GPUpdate.net previously reported in January, officials at the circuit were required to make changes to the track surface when evidence of sinking was found at numerous corners. More...
Shanghai to keep F1 race
February 17, 2011 (14:31) [ Indexed from Sky Sports ]
The Chinese Grand Prix will stay on the Formula One calendar until 2017 after Shanghai agreed a new deal to host the event. More...
Shanghai renews F1 deal until 2017
February 17, 2011 (10:10) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Shanghai has extended its deal to host the Chinese GP for seven more years, reportedly after Bernie Ecclestone agreed to charge a reduced rate... More...
Shanghai secures seven-year extension
February 17, 2011 (09:10) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
The Chinese Grand Prix will remain a part of the F1 schedule through to the 2017 season after a new deal was agreed between FOM and local organisers. More...
Shanghai International works to cure sinking feeling
January 25, 2011 (15:25) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Sections of Shanghai International Circuit are being treated for subsidence in a bid to ensure that the 2011 Chinese GP goes ahead. More...
Ground sinking at three Shanghai corners
January 25, 2011 (13:10) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
It has been reported that the Shanghai International Circuit is suffering from subsidence problems, with the ground sinking at three corners on the host circuit for the Chinese Grand Prix, which is due an FIA inspection in March. More...
Shanghai faces FIA track inspection
January 20, 2011 (11:20) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
The organisers of the Chinese GP are adamant the Shanghai circuit will meet the FIA's requirements to host this year's race... More...
March track inspection for Shanghai
January 20, 2011 (11:15) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
The organisers of the Chinese GP are adamant the Shanghai circuit will meet the FIA's requirements to host this year's race... More...
Shanghai circuit to get final inspection in March
January 20, 2011 (06:55) [ Indexed from F1technical.net ]
Before the Shanghai circuit gets the approval for F1 racing by the FIA, it is to complete mandated changes to the track surface and draining before a final inspection takes place in March. Up until now the race has been as provisional on the official 2011 F1 World Championship calendar. More...
FIA requests improved Shanghai drainage
November 04, 2010 (10:25) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
The most eagle-eyed of fans will have noticed on Wednesday that the FIA has placed an asterisk alongside the Chinese Grand Prix on its final version of next years 20-race calendar " something it did not do on the original draft, which was published in early September. The Formula 1 governing body has now explained why. More...
Cars and freight waiting at Shanghai airport
April 20, 2010 (13:27) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net ]
Although a selection of Formula 1 teams, drivers and journalists continue to make their various ways home from China, the 24 cars sit at Shanghai International Airport as they await the all clear from European air traffic controllers. More...

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