The Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya is a 4.675 KM long moto sport racing track situated in Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain. The Spanish Grand Prix 2022 is scheduled here in the month of May. The Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya is a all round track with a long straight and a variety of corners. It makes this race track as one of the finest in Spain. The Spanish Grand Prix 2022 tickets would be sold online.
The Spanish F1 track has the stand capacity of 140,700 people. This track was used for 1992 Olympics and has an excellent all rounder track. The first official championship held on Spanish Touring Car Championship, on 10th September 1991. The other two famous series planned in Barcelona – Catalunya circuit are Moto GP and the FIA World Rallycross Championship. There are 16 turns in The Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya. The Circuit de Barcelona Ticket Price generally varies for different events.
Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya Track Map
Below is the Circuit De Barcelona Catalunya track map, you can see various laps and turns of the race track. DRS detection zone 1, DRS detection zone 2 and speed trap is clearly depicted on the map with different colors. Finishing line is also marked on the track map of Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya. As per below map, track has 16 turns.
Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya Seat Map, Spanish Grand Prix 2022 Map Layout
On the attached Circuit De Barcelona seat layout map, you can see various stands. The Circuit De Barcelona grandstand have a very huge seating capacity. All the four direction, north area, east area, south area and west area clearly mentioned on the map. The parking area is also marked in the Circuit De Barcelona Map. This map is very useful while booking the seat for Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya track. One can take assistance from the below map to select the best view seats possible for the Spanish Grand Prix 2022 F1 track. All the stands, pavilions, entry gates, exit points, parking area, etc. are marked on the map clearly.
Main office location, paddock, VIP gallery, TV location, best view seats, accreditation center, pelouse, physically challenged parking location, bus stands are also depicted on the above map.
Spanish Grand Prix 2022, Circuit layout
Below is the Circuit De Barcelona seat layout. The parking is also marked in the Circuit De Barcelona Maps. The Circuit De Barcelona grandstand have a very huge seating capacity. One can take assistance from the below map to select the best seats possible for the Spanish Grand Prix F1 track.
How to reach Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya
The Grand Prix 1 Circuit/Track is the F1 racing track, located at Montmeló. This spanish Formula 1 track is 25 km northeast of Barcelona city center . The Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya is approximately 40 km from Barcelona Airport and 70 km from Girona Airport.
Being the busiest track of Europe, it is well connected via various modes and can be reached from Barcelona to Montmelo F1 track or anty other place easily:
Nearest airport to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is Barcelona Airport. From Barcelona, you can go to the rail station of Barcelona Sants, Passeig de Gràcia or Clot to Montmelo Station. From barcelona, you can also take the shuttle or cab to reach the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Railway Station in Montmelo F1 track : the nearest railway station of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is Montmelo Station.
Cab/Taxi/Shared Cars : You can take a cab from your city, nearest airport or railway station to the F1 track.
Buses for F1 track : There are special shuttles that run from the railway station to F1 track.
Spanish Grand Prix 1 Schedule
The circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya has 66 laps with the lap record of Spain F1 track of 1:18:149 in 2011 of Max Verstappen. The total F1 race track distance is 308.424.
The F1 race dates of Spanish Grand Prix 2022 has been scheduled from 20 may to 22 May. The final Spanish Grand prix race in the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is on 22 May 2022 from 3 pm to 5 pm. Grand stands E and F offers the best view of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for Spanish Grand Prix.
Spanish Grand Prix 1 Timings
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya timings are different for all the races. The Spanish Grand Prix 1 final race will starts at 3 pm and it will end at 5 pm. Qualifying match is scheduled at 4 pm. Practice 1, practice 2 and practice 3 matches will start at 2 pm, 5 pm and 1 pm respectively. The entire Spanish Grand Prix F1 race schedule and timings is given below:
|Schedule of F1 Race||Date of Formula 1||F1 race timings|
|Race||Sunday 22 May 2022||3 pm to 5 pm|
|Quaifying||Saturday 21 May 2022||4 pm to 5 pm|
|Practice 3||Saturday 21 May 2022||1 pm to 2 pm|
|Practice 2||Friday 20 May 2022||5 pm to 6 pm|
|Practice 1||Friday 20 May 2022||2 pm to 3 pm|
How To Book Circuit De Barcelona – Catalunya Tickets
For the Grand game of Spanish Grand Prix 2022, you can book the tickets online with as low as €286.75. The tickets are available at various websites. You may even get some packaged which also includes the stay. The process to book Spanish Grand Prix tickets is quite simple. One needs to hurry as the tickets gets sold out pretty soon.
Where to stay near circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya
There are many hotels near circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with all sort of price range like: Holiday Inn express Barcelona-Montmelo, Ibis Barcelona montmelo, Hotel Augusta Valles, Hotel ciutat de Granollers, Aparthotel Atenea Valles.
Things to do near circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya
There are many things that you can explore in Montmelo, Catalunya like visiting Sagrata Familia, Tibidabo Amusement Park, Montserrat Mountain etc.
Spanish Grand Prix Winners
Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes is the winner from past 5 years without a miss. Below is the schedule of winners since 2010. Lewis hamilton won his first race in 2014, In 2015 Nico Rosberg won for the mercedes and 2016 Max Verstappen for Red bull racing – tag Heuer. It can be said Mercedes has the maximum races under his belt since 2010 with close competition with Red bull.
|Year||Driver of F1 race||Constructor of Car|
|2010||Mark Webber||Red Bull-Renault|
|2011||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull-Renault|
|2016||Max Verstappen||Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer|