Zhejiang International Circuit (+for Assetto Corsa)

The Zhejiang Circuit 浙江国际赛车场 is a motorsport race track in Shaoxing, China. The circuit was opened in 2016.

Track was built by http://apexcircuitdesign.co.uk (where info about track was taken)

Zhejiang Circuit is located in the Keyan area of Shaoxing, approximately 50km south of Hangzhou in the commercial heartland of Zhejiang Province. The new high speed rail link means Shanghai is now just over an hour away, bringing its 27 million residents and growing international business community within easy reach.

The master plan for the 51 hectare site includes a design for a 3.2 km FIA Grade 2 race circuit and infrastructure including; medical centre, an 800m CIK kart circuit, a mutli-use pit building & conference facility, a private members club, a five star hotel, 22 exclusive apartments overlooking the circuit, a 9 storey office tower and a multi-storey car market.

  • Length 3.200 km (1.980 mi)
  • Turns 16

The first international motorsport championship to commit to Zhejiang was the TCR Int Series, on October 8 – it’s highly likely that others will follow. Well, it was last event if Int TCR in Zhejiang, then moved to Ningbo circuit.

Pole position was taken by Robert Huff on Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR with best time 1:33.173. Fastest lap during the race was set by Gabriele Tarquini on Hyundai i30 N TCR during race 1 of 2 – 1:33.924.

Other results of LMS, GT3 and road cars:

Now only TCR China, TCR Asia and China GT Championship take part on this track

Download Zhejiang international circuit for Assetto Corsa

Moddern: unknown. Graphyc part of the track – 3 of 5, but when you drive from cockpit with Sol it’s pretty good. Zhejiang circuit is easy to learn, but not very easy to ride. Narrow corners with elevation, angles, curbs add specific features to this track.

Video of Zhejiang Circuit in Assetto Corsa – 911 GT3

Onboard on 911 GT3 by chinese Driver 米黑

Zhejiang circuit FB page

Zhejiang circuit on Google maps

720′ view on the circuit: watch

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