The first edition of Russian Grand Prix was in 1913, run on a road course near Saint Petersburg. After the 1914 event, the outbreak of war, and later the Russian Revolution prevented the event from being run again. But in conjunction with the preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, an agreement was reached to hold a race in the Russian city of Sochi (Со́чи). Starting from the 2014 edition, this race had been part of the calendar of Formula 1 World Championship.
Since 2014, the race has always been held on the Sochi Autodrom, around the venues used for the 2014 games. Every one of the nine races (through 2020) in history has been won by a Mercedes-related car.
|V T E||Grands Prix|
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|Bold indicates a Grand Prix scheduled for 2021.|
|Italic indicates a Grand Prix scheduled for 2022.|
|‡ Indicates a Grand Prix affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|V T E||Russian Grand Prix|
|Circuits||Sochi Autodrom (2014-2022) • Igora Drive (2023 onwards)|
|Races||2014 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 • 2019 • 2020 • 2021|
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