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The circuit in Yeongam is situated in the extreme south of Korea, and forms part of a project which will see the circuit surrounded by a thriving harbor town. The enormity of the project means that the circuit, designed by Hermann Tilke, will be used only semi-permanently. The scenic portion of the circuit runs alongside the ocean so as to double as a harbor promenade, lending races a maritime theme.

The facility, which has a spectator capacity of 135 000, made its debut on the Formula 1 calendar in 2010, with the grand prix being won by Ferrari's Fernando Alonso after a dramatic wet race.

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Full Circuit
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Description
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Type
Race Track
Dimensions
Length: 5615 (m)