Port Imperial Street Circuit
40.776511777778 - 74.011523723611Koordinaten: 40 ° 46 '35 " N, 74 ° 0' 41 " W
The Formula 1 race track New Jersey that still bears no official name, is a planned city circuit since 2011 in the U.S. Hudson County in New Jersey, about seven kilometers west of the center of Manhattan, New York City, away. For the 2015 season the first Formula 1 race to be held there Grand Prix Jersey under the name. This track will be on the racing calendar, the second U.S. race track. First, it should be ready by 2013 and be included in the racing calendar. However, because of delays in the construction work on the street circuit and unresolved issues in the financing had to be postponed the race.
On 25 October 2011, the chief organizer Leo Hindery announced that the Formula 1 organization an agreement for ten years was concluded for a Formula 1 race. A day later it was officially confirmed.
On 27 September 2013, the motorsport world governing body FIA officially published the provisional Formula 1 race calendar for 2014 in which the first race in New Jersey should take place on 1 June 2014.
The track is 5.15 km long, 50 m has height difference and was designed by German Hermann Tilke route planner.
The route passes through the port area Weehawken Port Imperial in Weehawken and the communities of West New York and right on the Hudson River. The route including through a forest park and residential areas. Start and goal boxes with the plants will be located directly to the piers along the Hudson River.