3 track lay­outs in 1 day

F1 Racing - - THE FEATURES -

To cel­e­brate the Masters’ 10th run­ning we’ve cooked up some­thing truly unique – no fewer than three dif­fer­ent lay­outs used on main race day. Here’s how it will work: Sun­day’s rac­ing will com­mence on the 4.5km Brab­ham Cir­cuit (aka Long Cir­cuit). Late morn­ing the ac­tion switches to the 3.9km Grand Prix Cir­cuit (aka Gard­ner Cir­cuit). Then, from mid-af­ter­noon, com­pe­ti­tion con­cludes on the GP North Cir­cuit (aka Druitt Cir­cuit). The lat­ter is a fast, ow­ing 2.8km lay­out be­ing used at the Masters for the rst time. Ex­pect a mix of re­sults, with each lay­out favour­ing dif­fer­ent cars. The for­mat is a treat for spec­ta­tors and a chal­lenge for com­peti­tors.

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