Tickets go on sale for first Chinese Grand Prix since 2019

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Tickets for the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix 2024 have gone on sale today (Tuesday), with the event returning for the first time since before the pandemic. 

Taking place at Shanghai International Circuit from April 19-21, the weekend will mark the 20th anniversary of the Chinese Grand Prix and the venue’s 20th year in operation.

The Chinese Grand Prix weekend will feature a sprint race for the first time, as well as the Shanghai Auto Cultural Festival and musical performances.

Juss Sports, which oversees major sporting events and owns the Chinese Grand Prix, has also launched a ticketing platform in English for the first time.

Tickets will be available as three-day passes and single-day options for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. F1 fans will be able to select seats online through the official F1 ticketing platform, the Juss Sports app, or the Juss Sports WeChat and Alipay mini-programmes.

Shanghai native Zhou Guanyu will make his debut at his home track, after racing for Stake F1 (formerly Sauber Motorsport’s Alfa Romeo F1 team) since the beginning of the 2022 season.

The 2024 F1 season will begin with an event in Bahrain from February 29 to March 2.