Newest track on F1 Calendar set to be the world’s fastest street circuit


Debut race weekend to take place in Jeddah under the lights on December 3rd - 5th, 2021
Estimated average speeds of 250 km/h – F1’s fastest street circuit
Jeddah City Circuit stretches to 6.175 kilometres in length - F1’s longest street circuit
Newest circuit in F1 features 27 corners, 3 potential DRS Zones
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (March 18th) – The Promoter of the 2021 Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix has today revealed the layout of the newest circuit in F1 – the Jeddah Street Circuit. The first ever Formula 1 race to take place in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will make its debut as the penultimate round of this year’s 23-race FIA Formula 1 World Championship on the weekend of December 3rd – 5th.

Today’s unveiling illustrates how the newest street circuit in F1 is set to become the longest and fastest street circuit in the sport. Featuring no less than 27 corners, the Jeddah Street Circuit stretches to 6.175km in length, making it the second longest circuit on the current F1 calendar behind the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and the longest street circuit in the sport.

Furthermore, with average speeds expected to reach at least 250 km/h, the newest addition to the pinnacle of motorsport is due to establish itself as the fastest street circuit on the planet and in the top 5 fastest F1 circuits altogether.

 

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