Get Your Tickets to the F1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai

By Ned Kelly, February 10, 2020

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UPDATE (February 12, 2020 at 11.45pm CST): The F1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix has officially been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. A new date has not been announced. If you purchased tickets on our thMart ticketing platform, your tickets are still valid. However, you can get a refund by emailing us at thmart@urbanatomy.com with your order information. The deadline to apply for a refund is 12pm on April 30, 2020. 


The annual petrolhead pilgrimage is heading back to Shanghai from April 17-19, as racing fans are called to the Shanghai International Circuit by the siren song of roaring engines for the F1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix. Big boys racing big toys at breakneck speeds, all in pursuit of the 2020 Formula One World Championship. 

If you want to check out all the racing madness for yourself, you can purchase tickets by visiting the e-ticket site. We highly suggest you get your tickets while you still can because they are selling out fast! 

Ticket prices range from RMB480-2,760. There are two general admission ticket options available at the low price of RMB500-600. See below for a price breakdown:

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You can also buy tickets easily from your phone by scanning the QR code below:

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We've also got a family package for adults and kids to enjoy the high-speed atmosphere and excitement of F1 weekend all together for a great price. The package covers the full three days of races and is available under Silver, Silver+, Gold and Gold+ categories. An adult may purchase two child tickets, while children under 16 may purchase a ticket provided they are accompanied by an adult. See below for a price breakdown:

You can purchase family packages by visiting the e-ticket site. You can also buy tickets easily from your phone by scanning the QR code below:

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202001/17.jpgThe F1 Chinese Grand Prix takes place at Shanghai International Circuit from April 17-19. Tickets are available right here for RMB602-2,760. Family packages are available right here for RMB1,462-5,022.


[All images via promoter]

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