Zhuhai International Circuit is the first permanent racing Circuit built in China. It was completed in November 1996, at the time of its completion, it also held its first international event, the BPR Global GT Series.
ZIC is an FIA (International Motor Sports Federation) approved, 4.3 km long Grade 2 circuit. The high international standards of Zhuhai International Circuit allows it to become the home of Chinese motorsports.
ZIC was designed using a major design consultancy in Australia, including Kinhill Engineering (now known as Halliburton KBR). Famed F1 track designer Tilke GmbH upgraded the track facilities in 2004.