Cars & Circuits

The Circuits

Tracktime Asia have race cars and teams based at Zhuhai International Circuit and Shanghai Grand Prix Circuit.

Mark Williamson and Head Instructor Mike Reedy have had a long association with Zhuhai International Circuit (ZIC), being part of a selected group of race professionals to be invited to the ground breaking ceremony of the venue in 1993. Mark then competed at the very first ever race event at ZIC in 1996 which was a round of the World Sports car championship sharing a 650 Horse power Porsche with 5 times Le mans winner Henri Pescarolo.


Zhuhai International Circuit is located at the edge of Zhuhai city and is only a 70 minute ferry ride from Hong Kong. Your guests will be met by limo at the ferry terminal and taken on a 15 min ride to the circuit. ZIC is situated just next to Macau.

ZIC is 4.3 kilometers long and is a mix of long straights leading into tight turns, plus several very fast bends that are vital to achieving a quick laptime. The pit facilities at Zhuhai are excellent and the circuit also offers a permanent restaurant.


Shanghai circuit is an exciting mix of fast S bends, long banked corners and long straights leading in to tight hairpins allowing maximum overtaking opportunities.

Mark Williamson and Tracktime Asia Head Instructor Mike Reedy were present and competed in the Inaugural event at this circuit in September 2005, prior to the first ever Chinese Formula 1 Grand Prix.

The circuit is approximately 30 mins from the city centre and is without pier in the world in terms of facilities.

Race cars available: