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​​​​Sochi Autodrom

Sochi Autodrom is the most modern circuit in Eastern Europe. The venue has been designed by Russian experts in conjunction with Tilke Gmbh & Co., the head of which – Hermann Tilke – has designed most of the modern F1 tracks.

The location of Sochi Autodrom makes it special - the circuit is located in the Olympic Park, which hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 2014. The most interesting part of the track is its long turn 3 - 650-metre turn is the longest one in the Formula 1 calendar, and the negative incline of the surface is a difficult challenge for the drivers.​​

The panoramic video of Sochi Autodrom from the cockpit is provided by Russia Today:​

 

    

Main Grandstand
Temporary Grandstands
Team Buildings
Media Centre
Walkabout Area
Paddock Club and Team Garages
Race Control
Start/Finish
Footbridge
Freestand area
Medical Centre
Olympic Venues
 
Finish
Start
Skating center
Adler-Arena
Winter sports palace
Iceberg
Olympic square
Medals Plaza
Curling center
Ice Cube
Ice Palace
Bolshoy
Ice Arena
Shayba
Olympic stadium
Fisht
 
max speed sector
650
meters
average speed
215
kph
max speed
334,4
kph
lap time
96,9
seconds
width
13-15
meters
18 turns
12
right
6
left
length
5853,7
meters

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