FIA WEC 6 HOURS OF SHANGHAISHANGHAI WEC 2018
16 18 NOV

RACE WEEKEND TRAVEL & PARKING

Getting to Shanghai International Circuit

Shanghai International Circuit

    Parking

    By law, visitors and tourists are not allowed to drive in China. Only foreign nationals with a valid residence permit may drive in China. You will have to pass a driving test and get a Chinese driving licence. An International Driving Permit is not sufficient.

    However, you may choose to hire a car with a driver.

    Taxi

    Taxis can drop-off and pick-up at Yi Ning Road to the south of Waterscape Square.

    There are an abundance of taxis available in Shanghai and fares are fairly low in comparison to other countries therefore this can be an easy and convenient way to get to the circuit. We recommend asking your hotel concierge to arrange a taxi for you as they will know of local reputable firms.

    Try to arrange a pick up in advance for the end of the day to avoid long waiting times.

    Train

    The circuit recommends that fans taking public transport to the circuit should take the Metro Line 11. Shanghai International Circuit has its own station and so this is where you will need to alight. Metro Line 11 has two branches and only the trains going to Huaquiao stop at the Shanghai Circuit station. The exit of the station is about 300 yards from Gate 1 (behind the main grandstand) and 500 yards from Gate 11 (behind grandstand K).

    If you are staying in the popular areas of East Nanjing Road or People’s Square in the city centre, you will need to take a Metro Line 2 train and change at Jiangsu Road for Metro Line 11.

    If you are staying in Pudong, you can take the Maglev train line from here in to Shanghai centre.

    International

    For information on international travel including the nearest airports, please check out our Destination & Tourism page.

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