Shanghai Tianma Circuit is the first circuit ever constructed in East China area. It currently hosts events including China Touring Car Championship, China Truck Racing Championship, China Endurance Chamipship, and Tianma Endurance Series. It hosted Formula Pilota China and WTCC Race of China in 2011, before these events started to shift to the larger and more advanced Formula 1 Shanghai International Circuit. The track is 2.063km long with 14 tricky corners, providing good challenges to both drivers and race car engineers. Shanghai Tianma Circuit also provides performance driving school, drift school, open track days, as well as a number of other various services, making it one of the most popular race tracks among motorsport enthusiasts in China. The name Tianma in Chinese means Pegasus.