The inaugural World Touring Car Championship Race of China will switch venues from the Guandong circuit to Shanghai’s Tianma Circuit, with the race part of a double-bill with the final round of the domestic touring car championship’s final meeting of the season.
The 3.3-kilometre anticlockwise Tianma circuit was opened in 2004 – coincidentally, on the same day as the Shanghai International Circuit hosted its first Formula 1 Grand Prix – and has since hosted several rounds of the Chinese Touring Car and Superbike championships.
The event will be held on November 4-6.
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