Barcelona

Barcelona Circuit

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (formerly Circuit de Catalunya) is located in Montmeló, close to Barcelona, Spain.

The circuit was built in 1991 and has hosted the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix ever since. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license. Beside the Formula 1, the track has over the years hosted a large number of significant motorsport events, such as Motorcycling World Championship, the Spanish Touring Car Championship and several endurance race series. It is also a popular testing venue, aided by the usual pleasant winter weather.

The circuit is an up to date Formula 1 track, with a mix of fast and slow corners, a long straight and a variety of elevation changes. The circuit has a good track width and plenty of run-off areas and very suitable for endurance races.

If you want to join us for an endurance race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, we will be happy to assist you.

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4.655 KM

CIRCUT

LENGHT

15

NUMBER OF

CORNERS

29.6 M

DIFFERENCE IN

ALTITUDE

11-12 M

TRACK WIDTH