Bahrain Grand Prix

The circuit was built by order of the royal family in the middle of the desert in just 16 months and cost much less than the Blanka tunnel in Prague.

It consists of ten four corners and straights. In 2009, it was rebuilt and the track was shortened from the original 6299 to the current 5,412 meters. Often ,, variegation “is desert sand, which flies to a track.

Bahrain, however, popular F1 community and riders for comfort in the background, which gives the royal family. From 2013 he became Singapore’s second GP after F1 race, held under floodlights.

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