The Grand Prix F1 is a real gem of the F1 calendar. Inaugurating the first European Grand Prix of the season, the circuit is located in a picturesque environment, 12 miles (20km) northeast of the center of the city of Barcelona, and offers numerous elevation changes and panoramic views.
With a lot of fast and slow corners, the circuit challenges the drivers and teams and gives the spectators a shot of adrenaline along the laps. The track offers few overtaking opportunities, of which one is the famous Elf curve.
There are 23 screens placed throughout the circuit, designed to ensure that all seats located anywhere on the Circuit see the entire race well.
Around the track there are more than 80 outlets with food and drink available, including sandwiches, pizzas and other fast foods.
- Length: 4.655km
- Distance of the race: 307.104km
- Laps: 66
Services for the disabled:
- Parking for the disabled in front of Gate 1 (North Area) in PA2.
- Disabled seats available in the upper section of Grandstand G (Stadium area) and in the main grandstand (in front of pits).
- Elevator in the main grandstand and adapted bathrooms in the main and the G.
- General admission ensures access to all these areas.
Characteristics of the Tickets:
- Junior / Senior Tickets for the grandstands: Tickets for the grandstands with discount available for people between 6-18 years and over 65 years. Children under 6 can benefit from free access but can not occupy a seat
- Pelouse (General Admission) Junior / Senior: Valid for people between 12-18 years old and over 65 years old. Children under 12 can benefit from free access to this area. It is necessary to present documentation when accessing the circuit.
- Family Ticket: Includes 2 tickets for adults and 2 for children for general admission on Sunday (valid for children between 6-18 years).
- Pack for friends: Valid for people between 19-25 years and includes 4 tickets for general admission on Sunday.
Address of the Circuit:
Circuit of Catalonia
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- Practice: Friday 11 May 2018
- Rating: Saturday 12 May 2018
- The big race: Sunday 13 May 2018
How do I arrive?
- Closest airport: Barcelona El Prat (BCN)
- Recommended public transport: Metro or bus
- Train to the circuit:
- You can catch it at the following stations: Catalonia Sants, Passeig de Gràcia or Clot and get off at the Montmeló station, which is the closest stop to the circuit
- Duration of the trip: 31 minutes from Barcelona Sants to Montmeló station
- And then walk to the circuit, it’s a bit difficult and it will take 30 minutes
- Or you can also ask for the bus / train between the train station and the circuit (free for those who have tickets to the Circuit)
- Bus from the center of Barcelona to the circuit:
- There will be a special bus service running to transport spectators from the center of Barcelona to where the race takes place.
- Train to the circuit: