Jeddah Corniche Circuit track map, 2021

Jeddah Corniche Circuit – track information

Formula 1 held its first ever Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at a new track on the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, in the country’s second-largest city, during 2021.

The 27-turn circuit incorporates the waterfront corniche overlooking the Red Sea. It measures 6.175 kilometres, making it the longest street track in use by F1 – around 100 metres longer than Baku City Circuit – and the second-longest circuit on the current F1 calendar.

The layout was created by Tilke Gmbh and Formula 1’s motorsports division.

Lap data
Lap length 6.175km (3.836 miles)
Race laps 50
Race distance 308.7km (191.817 miles)
Pole position Right-hand side of the track
Maximum speed 330kph (205.052 mph)
DRS zone one Detection: On exit of turn 17
Activation: On exit of turn 19
DRS zone two Detection: On entry to turn 22
Activation: On entry to turn 25
DRS zone three Detection: On exit of turn 27
Activation: 240m after 27
Distance from grid to turn one 220m
Car performance
Full throttle 79%
Pit lane time loss 23s
Tyre compounds C2, C3, C4

*Fastest lap set during a Grand Prix

Data sources: FIA, Williams, Mercedes

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Pictures: Building work

Pictures: Jeddah Corniche Circuit renderings

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