Russian Grand Prix
Circuit length: 5.848 km (3.634 mi)
Race length: 309.745 km (192.466 mi)
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The Russian Grand Prix has been part of the Formula One World Championship since 2014 but it is fair to say that the race has yet to grab the attention of sports fans and sits unfavourably with F1 fans.
The race takes place in the seaside resort of Sochi on a street circuit built around the stadiums and facilities built for the inter Olympics held in and near to Sochi.
The track offers few overtaking possibilities and struggles for crowds which can lead to a disappointing race and one that the drivers don’t particularly look forward to.
There are few features that really stand out in Sochi aside from the large 180 turn the racers do around the Olympic Park that see’s the cars corner at top speeds but with large run off areas and a wide track, there is little chance of coming unstuck aside from mechanical failures.
What Can We Watch?
You can watch all of the key action from each and every race weekend including all 3 practise sessions, qualifying and of course the actual race itself live.
Russia Grand Prix
The race was initially run in the 1910’s, in the historic city of St Petersburg but that soon fell away. Plans for a race in Moscow in 1983 as the Soviet Union Grand Prix but it took until 2014 for Russia to get a Grand Prix.
After spending huge sums of money to showcase the resort of Sochi to the world, things may have fallen flat and after replacing another disappointing track in South Korea, this is a race that really needs some rain to make for an exciting afternoon.
How To Watch Russian Grand Prix Live
Simply choose one of the live streaming services below to watch the Russia Grand Prix live.