- Sector 1
- Maximum Speed Sector to Test the Limits of Engine Performance
- Start-Finish line. It has the longest straight line in the course at 1.2km and will allow for blistering speeds of up to 320km/h.
- Sector 2
- Sector 2: High level sector to stress Cornering Performance and Balance
- This sector contains high-speed and low-speed corners that are evenly distributed throughout. The second sector where the 3km permanent track is laid is designed to contain all required circuit elements.
- Sector 3
- Natural Marina Section that Leads to the Beautiful Yeongam Lake
- The low and medium speed corners are located in the third sector where the drivers need to swiftly change their directions in the face of short straight lines. The Marina sector overlooking Yeongam Lake is reminiscent of the Monaco or Valencia Circuit.
The Korea International Circuit consists of an array of corners to comprehensively test the performance of every race car. It is also a stage to test the driver's skill to accurately control the race cars. This page shows the feature of the 5,615km Formula 1 track which is divided into 3 different sectors. At the Formula 1 World Championship, the lap time for each sector is recorded.