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Sentul

The Sentul International Circuit was opened by President Suharto in August 1993 amid talks of bringing Formula 1 to Indonesia.

Country
Indonesia
Location
Sentul, West Java
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The Sentul International Circuit was opened by President Suharto in August 1993 amid talks of bringing Formula 1 to Indonesia. It is a relatively simple layout and the adjacent housing to the west and a river to the east restricted its length to under 2.5 miles, which has been deemed too short for F1. It held the Indonesian Grand Prix for motorcycles in 1996 and 1997 but A1GP and GP2 Asia are the senior single-seater series to have visited so far. The track surface broke up during that GP2 meeting in February 2008 with debris and dust causing damage to the cars. Those problems were compounded by marshaling issues and GP2 did not return.

Circuit

1993

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.464 (Miles)

Description

Fastest Race Lap

Vitaly Petrov (Dallara GP2/08-Renault), 1m19.337, 111.807 mph, GP2, 2008

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Bruno Senna (Dallara GP2/08-Renault), 1m15.686, GP2, 2008

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