With 16 left turns and 11 to the right, the Jeddah Corniche Circuit has more action-packed corners than any other circuit in the world. It’s just one of the record-breaking design features that’ll push the drivers to the limit as they strive to win their place on the podium at the very first Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Designed by the world-renowned Hermann Tilke, the Jeddah Street Circuit features several Fl firsts, guaranteed to Inspire the drivers to greater speeds and produce thrilling race action. With a record•breaking 27 corners and 3 Drag Reduction System (DRS) zones for more chances to overtake, Jeddah is set to rewrite the rules of racing.
The Jeddah Corniche Circuit is set to be a record-breaking track in Formula 1 history. German track designers Tilke, architects of numerous Formula 1 circuits including Sepang, Bahrain, Shanghai, Istanbul, Valencia, Singapore and many more have pulled out all the stops when designing the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix street circuit in Jeddah.
The track boasts a number of trailblazing statistics and features that are set to amaze and delight F1 fans at it’s debut on December 5th.
- Longest street circuit
- 27 turns
- Most Corners - 16 left, 11 right
- Fastest street circuit
- 3 Potential DRS Zones
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