2013 China Formula Grand Prix – Zhuhai Driver Testing

2013 official test kicks off just before the Chinese New Year break. China Formula Grand Prix 中國方程式大獎賽 (CFGP) pitting 5 cars out on the Zhuhai International Circuit (ZIC). Formerly known as Asian Geely Formula International Open Competition, is an open wheel formula racing class in China.


The car, co-designed by Geely, China’s biggest private-owned vehicle producer and racing cars production company Van Diemen, marks the first time that a Chinese domestic car producer is involved in the racing car design.[1]

CFGP uses a 1.8-litre 4G18 engine; the car weighs 490 kg and has a maximum speed of 240 km/h. The engine can produce 140 bhp at 6,300 rpm and 172 N/m of torque at 4,100 rpm. After an adjustment to the ECU, the engine can rev up to 8,500 rpm producing 200 bhp.[2]

English: Track map for use with Zhuhai Interna...
English: Track map for use with Zhuhai International Circuit (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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  1. Dane Pitarresi says:

    Looks like a very interesting entry level formula Car! Brings back many memories of my open wheel career. I have sent some old photos of some formula cars I owned to a man writing a book of Portland International Raceway. Its mostley NASCAR but I have had a number of formula cars in my past.

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    1. tommyhwchan says:

      The CFGP series is a good entry level formula. If you don’t mind would you like to send us some of your photos too, so we can make a post on US racing scene, thank you.

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