The clock is quickly ticking with only 100 days left before the F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix hosts its first race this December from the 3rd to the 5th of the month. The event, widely hyped for promising to be the grandest in the kingdom’s history is revealing further details of Jeddah’s new ultra-modern racing circuit.
Fastest and second-longest circuit of the Formula One Calendar, Hermann Tilke the German engineer and circuit designer, introduced his newest jewel announcing that cars could reach an average speed of over 250 km/h. Located by the Red Sea Port, the 6.17 KM track is making the Jeddah Corniche circuit ever so exciting and adrenaline-prone for Formula 1 lovers and jet-setters alike.
Consisting of 50 laps, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is the second full night race on the calendar.
As part of the 2030 Vision in opening the kingdom up to the rest of the world, the tournament, held in cooperation with the International Automobile Federation, the Saudi Automobile, as well as the Motorcycle Federation, proves how the country is now more than ever ready and willing to listen to its need for speed.