With a history of more than 25 years, the Circuit has a lot to offer. Don’t miss it!
Classics and endurance races! The french championship will start the season in Barcelona.
A festive weekend for the whole family, with the chance to remember classic cars and the mythical races that were staged in the historical racetrack at the magic mountain of Montjuïc during the 1960s and 70s.
This event is staged in closed circuits, with top level drivers at the wheel of compact, high-performance vehicles with more than 600 HP: the vehicles with the most powerful acceleration in the world, more than Formula 1.
The roaring engines will give way to bicycle competitions on the track and a large variety of activities related with the world of cycling.
More than one hundred riders and eight races to enjoy the frenetic pace and overtaking manoeuvres in different classes.
International races in different categories with a high number of first class participants, thrilling from start to finish.
The endurance race is run clockwise, starting on Saturday at noon, with a “Le Mans”-type start. In the fight for the victory, there are homologated road motorcycles that show their full potential.
It will be the 20th edition of this endurance race that usually gathers around 60 teams coming from the whole world, with professional, amateur and gentlemen drivers, with a high quality and beauty of the participating vehicles.
Located in Montmeló, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was inaugurated on 10 September 1991. It was a project driven by the Catalan Government, the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia and the Montmeló Town Council.
The circuit hosted the first race only five days after the inauguration. It was a round of the Spanish Touring Car Championship, while the first Formula Grand Prix was staged a few weeks later, on 29 September. The MotoGP Grand Prix was included the following season into the sports calendar of the Circuit. Since then, the Circuit has hosted every year, without break, the Spanish F1 Grand Prix and the Catalan MotoGP Grand Prix, two of the most prestigious championships of motor sports, which are now joined by Barcelona RX, the FIA Rallycross World Championship.
The race season of Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya does also include other international Championships such as the FIM CEV Repsol International Championship, the Barcelona Speed Festival or the International GT Open; classic car races like the V de V Endurance Series; endurance races like the 24 Horas de Catalunya de Motociclismo, the 24H de Barcelona-Trofeo Fermí Vélez and the CER (Spanish Endurance Sup); as well as local events that promote the sports, like the Catalan Car Racing and Motorcycling Championships. With the staging of the F1 Grand Prix, the MotoGP Grand Prix, the FIA Rallycross World Championship and other important motor sport competitions in its sports calendar, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya showcases its own name and that of Montmeló, Barcelona and Catalonia at a worldwide level.
In addition to the competition activity, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya rents its facilities throughout the year. Private and collective tests, driving courses, incentive and training days, world presentations and many other events are also held at the circuit. The rest of the spaces can also be used to carry out all kinds of commercial, social and/or PR activities.
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya does also offer a wide range of experiences to enjoy the racetrack, such as the track days, Ferrari driving, guided tours, BiCircuit bicycle laps, among many other available activities in Montmeló.
During these 25 years, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has positioned itself as one of the best permanent racetracks and has strengthened its position as a unique venue to organise any kind of events or experiences, given the quality of its services and the polyvalence of its facilities. Thanks to its privileged location, in Montmeló, only a few kilometres away from Barcelona, it also offers several very attractive options for tourists.