Macau, in the Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China is home to an annual Grand Prix weekend. during the weekend, the series held include the WTCC (Whom have visited since 2005) as well as an International Formula 3 race. Built around the streets of Macau, the track is a street venue with some extremely tight corners, as well as a lot of altitude changes. Starting in 1972, the event has been held ever since, with various different race series appearing each year. Only three events in the world outside of the Formula 1 calender hold the title Grand Prix, and the Macau weekend is one of them. One other notable feature, is that the layout has not changed since the original event. There are two major grandstands around the circuit for spectators to watch live racing – the main grandstand along the pit straight and the other one at the Lisboa Bend. The Lisboa Bend is the most famous spot of excitement as it offers not only one of the best overtaking spots, but more often than not, incidents!