HK Circuit

The Hong Kong ePrix circuit is approximately a 2 km track located in the Hong Kong Central Harbourfront area. The 10-turn circuit uses the existing roads with drivers racing past instantly recognisable landmarks, such as the Central Star Ferry Pier and City Hall, with the Victoria Harbour on one side and the Central and Mid-Levels skyline on the other.


As is the nature of street circuits, the Hong Kong ePrix circuit will be a demanding race track to test drivers’ speed, talent and racing mettle. Two tight hairpins turns – one at Lung Wo Road and a second at the Star Ferry Pier – feature alongside a 555-metre main straight, a key opportunity for overtaking.

Designed by Rodrigo Nunes of R+S Project, the circuit runs clockwise and features a 555-metre main straight between Turns 1 and 2, which is the circuit’s best overtaking opportunities. Turns 2 through 9 showcase the technical challenges of the track with a variety of corners, including a chicane. The fastest part of the circuit is from Turn 9 to Turn 2, with an interesting left-hand corner on Turn 10.

Key facts:

Circuit length: Approximately 2 kilometres
Circuit direction: Clockwise
Number of Turns: 10
Length of Main Straight: 555 metres

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