Gran Premio de España 2024

Event Detail

Location: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Date: 23/06/2024
Hour: 12:00 am

Description

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Mark your calendars for an exhilarating race day on Sunday, June 23, as the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix takes place over 66 laps of the renowned 4.657-kilometre Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

Built as part of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics development programme, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has a rich history. The foundation stone was laid in 1989, and the track hosted its first car race in 1991 with the Spanish Touring Car Championship. Formula 1 made its sensational debut here just weeks later, with an unforgettable race featuring Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna in a dramatic battle down the straight.

Beloved by drivers, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a staple in winter testing due to its perfect blend of high- and low-speed corners. The challenging Turn 3 right-hander is particularly renowned for testing the balance and capabilities of the cars, making it a crucial point of evaluation for the season.

Barcelona, one of the world’s great cities, offers a perfect backdrop for the Spanish Grand Prix. With its vibrant food scene, rich culture, and beautiful beaches, a trip to the Grand Prix is more than just a race; it’s a full holiday experience.

Spectators at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya are in for a treat. Nearly the entire track is visible from grandstands or general admission areas. For prime viewing, Grandstand A on the outside of Turn 1 offers the best overtaking spot on the track, while the general admission area around Turn 3 showcases Formula 1 cars at the peak of their downforce performance.

Don’t miss out on the excitement and the chance to be part of the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix experience. See you in Barcelona!

2023 Race Recap

1st Place Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing 1:27:57.940
2nd Place Lewis HAMILTON Mercedes  +24.090s
3rd Place George Russell MERCEDES +32.389s
4th Place: Sergio Perez RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT +35.812s

Details of the GRAN PREMIO DE ESPAÑA

  • First Grand Prix: 1991
  • Number of laps: 66
  • Circuit Length: 4.657 km
  • Lap Record: 1:16.330, Max Verstappen (2023)
  • Race distance: 307.236 km

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