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Formula 1: Chinese Grand Prix All the Broadcast, Radio and Broadband Details

The Chinese Grand Prix, the third race of the 2013 Formula 1 season, takes place on one of the series' most challenging courses. That would be the 5.451 km Shanghai International Circuit. It is the long straight-a-ways where cars can reach over 190 miles per hour that make the course exciting. However, turns Nos. 1 and 2 make up a very long right-hand curve, which leads immediately into turns 3 and 4, a very long left-hand curve.The danger for the drivers is in turns 1 and 2 where a lift on entry followed by various taps of the throttle and brakes are needed so the car maintains balance throughout. It also becomes blind toward the middle of the corner and makes for a very tricky 1-2 to punch, and those are just a few of the challenges that ...

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