Since 2021, there has been a spectacular new race track in the north of the city center of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The temporary street circuit runs along the cost of the Red Sea, winding through the lagoon around the famous Floating Mosque. With a total length of over six kilometers the Jeddah F1 Street Circuit is the second longest track in the current Formula 1 racing calendar after Spa-Francochamps.
With 27 turns and an average speed of 252 km/h, the track is also designed as one of the most challenging and fastest. Its idyllic location on Jeddah’s waterfront and its extraordinary design promise spectators of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix spectacular races in front of a breathtaking panorama.
Temporary grandstands form three arenas positioned at the northernmost point, in the center near the start-finish straight and at the southernmost point of the track. Spectators thus have a great view of the racing action. The “Royal Overlook” offers space for VVIP guests with a view of the start-finish straight and the sequences of turns in the center of the track.