The Chinese Grand Prix
The 5.451km circuit is located 35km northeast of Shanghai and first featured on the F1 calendar in 2004, with the race won by Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello.
Six of the this year's field have won in Shanghai, with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's 2013 winner Fernando Alonso looking to win for a third time this weekend.
Nico Rosberg's second place in Bahrain means he retains the lead in the drivers' championship, albeit with a reduced gap back to second-placed Lewis Hamilton.
The two Mercedes cars have dominated F1 so far this year.
Can they add to their tally, or will someone else record a shock win?