Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya

14-16/10/2022 SPAIN

Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya

This modern circuit was inaugurated in 1991 and has hosted the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix and the Moto GP since. It is unanimously considered one the best permanent circuits in the world and is a favourite location for wintertime testing.


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30 km North-East of Barcelona


Barcelona-El Prat de Llobregat (45 km)
Girona-Costa Brava (70 km)
Reus Tarragona (130 km)


Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya
Camino Mas Moreneta,
08160 Montmeló, Barcelona

Tel. +34 93 5719700
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4655 m

Race distance

2 x 12 laps

Track records

Qualifying - 20 October 2018
1:53.802 / average speed 147.20 kph, Mikel Azcona (CUPRA)

Race - 21 October 2018
1:54.971 / average speed 145.80 kph, Ashley Sutton (Volkswagen Golf GTI)

Roll of honour

2018 Race 1: Attila Tassi (Honda Civic Type R FK7)
2018 Race 2: Mike Halder (Honda Civic Type R FK7)
2019 Race 1: Andreas Bäckman (Hyundai i30 N)
2019 Race 2: Daniel Lloyd (Honda Civic Type R FK7)
2020 Race 1: Andreas Bäckman (Hyundai i30 N)
2020 Race 2: Mike Halder (Honda Civic Type R FK7)
2021 Race 1: Mikel Azcona (CUPRA Leon Competición)
2021 Race 2: Klim Gavrilov (CUPRA Leon Competición)

Info & Results


Entry list
Event preview


Free Practice 1
Free Practice 2
Qualifying Q1
Qualifying Q2
Grid Race 1
Race 1
Grid Race 2
Race 2
Full results

Press releases

Saturday press release
Sunday press release
Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya

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