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Below there are a few circuits used in the Formula 1 races around the world. See details like graphic layout, distance, number of laps in the GP race, lap record:
 
 
  Australia
The name of the circuit is is Albert Park, and the first Grand Prix took place here in 1996. The circuit length is 5.3 km, and the GP race requires drivers to go for a total of 58 laps. The lap record was established with 1:24.125 by M Schumacher (2004).
   
  Malaysia
The name of the circuit is is Sepang International Circuit, and the first Grand Prix took place here in 1999. The circuit length is 5.54 km, and the GP race requires drivers to go for a total of 56 laps. The lap record was established with 1:34.223 by JP Montoya (2004).
   
  China
The name of the circuit is is Shanghai International Circuit, and the first Grand Prix took place here in 2004. The circuit length is 5.45 km, and the GP race requires drivers to go for a total of 56 laps. The lap record was established with 1:32.238 by M Schumacher (2004).
   
   
  Bahrain
The name of the circuit is is Bahrain International Circuit, and the first Grand Prix took place here in 2004. The circuit length is 5.41 km, and the GP race requires drivers to go for a total of 57 laps. The lap record was established with 1:31.447 by P De la Rosa (2005).
 
 
 
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