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Chinese Grand Prix - Race Recap

Event: Chinese Grand Prix (Round 3 of 21)

Date: Sunday, April 14

Location: Shanghai International Circuit

Layout: 5.451-kilometer (3.387-mile), 16-turn track

Weather: Partly cloudy

Air Temps: 18.9-19.8 degrees Celsius (66.0-67.6 degrees Fahrenheit)

Track Temps: 25.1-29.0 degrees Celsius (77.2-84.2 degrees Fahrenheit)

Race Winner: Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes

Chinese Grand Prix: Qualifying Recap

Event: Final Practice & Qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix (Round 3 of 21)

Date: Saturday, April 13

Location: Shanghai International Circuit

Layout: 5.451-kilometer (3.387-mile), 16-turn track

Weather: Sunny

Air Temps: 19.7-21.3 degrees Celsius (67.5-70.3 degrees Fahrenheit)

Track Temps: 31.3-35.5 degrees Celsius (88.3-95.9 degrees Fahrenheit)

Pole Winner:  Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes (1:31.547)

Chinese Grand Prix - Friday Practice Recap

Event: Free Practice 1 and Free Practice 2 for the Chinese Grand Prix (Round 3 of 21)

Date: Friday, April 12

Location: Shanghai International Circuit

Layout: 5.451-kilometer (3.387-mile), 16-turn track

FP1 Weather: Sunny

FP1 Air Temps: 16.0-18.6 degrees Celsius (60.8-65.3 degrees Fahrenheit)

FP1 Track Temps: 30.9-35.6 degrees Celsius (87.6-96.1 degrees Fahrenheit)

FP2 Weather: Hazy

FP2 Air Temps: 18.7-20.3 degrees Celsius (65.7-68.5 degrees Fahrenheit)

Rich Energy Haas F1 Team’s Standout Races

Formula 1 celebrates its 1000th race at the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend, so we take a look at our most memorable races so far...

Australian Grand Prix – 2016

Becoming the first American based-team to line up on the grid for 30 years, Haas F1 Team’s inaugural race at Melbourne Park will live long in the memory as the team became the first debutants to score points in a Formula 1 race since 2002.

Romain Grosjean - Chinese Grand Prix Q&A

Ahead of the 1000th Formula One race this Sunday, Romain Grosjean looks ahead to the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix.

One thousand grands prix – that’s quite a number. From May 1950 at Silverstone to April 2019 in China, Formula One has seen an incredible transformation. What’s it like to be a part of this sport and a participant in such a milestone event?

Kevin Magnussen - Chinese Grand Prix Q&A

Kevin Magnussen previews this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix - the 1000th in the history of Formula One.

One thousand grands prix – that’s quite a number. From May 1950 at Silverstone to April 2019 in China, Formula One has seen an incredible transformation. What’s it like to be a part of this sport and a participant in such a milestone event?

“It’s great to be part of this sport. It’s been my dream since I was a child. I’m looking forward to celebrating the 1,000th grand prix in China.”

What was it about Formula One that first made you a fan of the sport, and how old were you when you began following Formula One?

Chinese Grand Prix Advance - Batting 1000

Formula One Charges Into China for its Milestone 1000th Grand Prix.

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina (April 8, 2019) – When Shanghai International Circuit hosts its 16th Chinese Grand Prix April 12-14, it will also serve as the site for a massive milestone in Formula One’s storied history – its 1,000th grand prix. 

Bahrain Test: Day 2 Recap

Date: Wednesday, April 3

Location: Bahrain International Circuit – Sakhir, Bahrain

Layout: 5.412-kilometer (3.363-mile), 15-turn circuit

Driver: Pietro Fittipaldi (Morning) / Romain Grosjean (Afternoon)

Laps Completed: Fittipaldi – 48 laps / Grosjean – 87 laps

Distance Completed: Fittipaldi – 259.776 kilometers (161.424 miles)

Distance Completed: Grosjean – 470.844 kilometers (292.581 miles)

Best Lap Time: Fittipaldi – 1:31.209 (12th overall) / Grosjean – 1:30.903 (10th overall)

Fastest Lap: 1:29.029 by George Russell of Mercedes

Bahrain Test: Day 1 Recap

Date: Tuesday, April 2

Location: Bahrain International Circuit – Sakhir, Bahrain

Layout: 5.412-kilometer (3.363-mile), 15-turn circuit

Driver: Romain Grosjean (Morning) / Pietro Fittipaldi (Afternoon)

Laps Completed: Grosjean – 42 laps / Fittipaldi – 20 laps

Distance Completed: 227.304 kilometers (141.246 miles)

Distance Completed: 108.240 kilometers (67.260 miles)

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