Baku City Circuit (Azerbaijan)

Track name: Baku City Circuit
Times the race has been held here: 1
First GP: 2016, won by Nico Rosberg
Total number of race laps: 51
Complete race distance: 153 kilometers (190.235 miles)
Pit lane speed limit: 80 kph (50 mph)
Pitlane length: 400m/0.249 miles, estimated time loss 22s
2016 winner: Nico Rosberg, 51 laps, 1:32:52.366
2016 pole position: Nico Rosberg – 1:42.758
2016 fastest lap: Nico Rosberg, 1:46.485.
Most wins (driver): Nico Rosberg – 1
Most wins(team): Mercedes – 1
Lap record: Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 2016 – 1:46.485
Smallest winning margin: 16.696
Circuit Length: 6.006km/3.732 miles
Direction: Clockwise
Turns: 20
Distance to Turn 1 : 202m/0.126 miles
Longest straight: 2.1km/1.305 miles, on the approach to Turn One (the longest of the season)
Fastest corner: 170km/h (106mph), Turn 16
Slowest corner: 86km/h (53mph), Turn Eight
Top Speed: 340km/h/211mph, on the approach to Turn One
Full throttle: 56%
DRS Zones: Two, on the approaches to Turns One and Three
Key Corner: Turn 15, a deceptively fast left-hander, through which entry speeds will be high and the walls are close.
Fuel consumption: 2.1kg per lap, making it one of the highest of the season
ERS Demands: High, because the circuit requires lots of full deployment
Brake wear: Medium. There are six significant braking events around the lap, but this is not expected to be a tough circuit on brakes
Gear changes: 62 per lap /3,162 per race
Safety car likelihood: 80 per cent. The proximity of the walls punishes driver errors and make it difficult to remove damaged cars.
Tyre choices: Medium, Soft, Supersoft
Weather: Warm and sunny
Chance of rain: 19%
Grip levels: Poor. The asphalt is new, which makes it oily and slippery
Run off: Minimal. This is a street circuit, so space is at a premium