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Last Updated: Wednesday, 25 February, 2004, 13:04 GMT
Shanghai, China


The first Chinese Grand Prix will be held in China's business megalopolis, Shanghai, on a track that looks to have a bit of everything - long straights, a good blend of corners and several overtaking opportunities.

Two corners look particularly interesting - one long, ever-tightening one at the end of the pit straight, and a hairpin that opens out gradually into a super-long back straight.

If F1 takes hold here, a whole new world of commercial opportunities awaits.

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