Shanghai International Circuit Race Track Wall Art

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Shanghai

When was the track built?

In April 2003, a marshland in the Jiading District of Shanghai was earmarked for Formula 1 greatness. Eighteen months and around $450 million later, the state-of-the-art Shanghai International Circuit was complete.

When was its first Grand Prix?

The 2004 season featured two new races, one of which was the Chinese Grand Prix (the other was Bahrain). If either were added to try and stop Ferrari from winning everything, however, it didn’t work – Schumacher won in Bahrain, while Rubens Barrichello triumphed in China.

What’s the circuit like?

The circuit’s pleasing form when seen from the air – it’s designed to look like the Chinese symbol for ‘shang’, meaning upwards – is equally pleasing to the drivers on terra firma. There’s a unique start to the lap as the drivers fly into the ever-tightening Turns 1 and 2, before they dart left through 3 and 4. The super-high g force Turns 7 and 8 are loved by the drivers, while the circuit also features one of the longest straights on the calendar, the 1.2km tretchhat separates Turns 13-14.

We laser cut and hand paint a replica of the Shanghai race track, that comes with stainless steel standoffs, to be proudly displayed as wall art.

The track design comes in 2 standard sizes which are laser cut from either a 800mm x 600mm Board or a 600mm x 400mm board. Each track design will pretty much utilize the space given without distorting the track shape.


The race track wall art can come with the track name in the center of the art piece too.