* The dates can change.
All the information you need to know to access the Circuit
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* The dates can change.
The Circuit has adapted facilities for disabled persons using a wheelchair. Disabled persons can access two grandstands, the main grandstand and grandstand G, with a general admittance ticket. The accompanying person must buy the respective ticket for the chosen grandstand.
During the three GP-days, you can walk around all spectator areas on the asphalted paths that link the different areas inside the Circuit.
The sale of and access to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with alcoholic beverages is forbidden. Soft-drinks and alcohol-free beer will be available for sale at the different sales points inside the facilities. In order to access Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with beverages, please be reminded that following the regulations of Royal Decree 203/2010 from 26 February, the containers must be made of plastic, laminated paper or similar material and in no case may be heavier than 500 grams in weight or 500 millilitres in volume. The security and control staff at the access gates reserves the right to take off the caps and covers of the containers. Containers made of metal, glass, ceramics, wood or any other similar material cannot be taken into the facilities.
Strategically located in different spots of the Circuit, you may follow the race without missing a single detail.
Tune into Radio Circuit to follow the broadcast of everything happening in Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya during the Grand Prix. Broadcasts in Catalan and Spanish.
Official Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Products
You may purchase all official products of the Circuit at any of the shops within the facilities.
It opens at 9:00h on Thursday, and at 7:00h on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. To pick up media passes, please ask the Communication Area of the Circuit for the specific timetable.
Shuttle Accreditation Centre
From Grand Prix Friday to Sunday there will be a free bus service travelling along the whole perimeter of the Circuit to take you to the Accreditation Centre. Departures every 20 min (depending on the traffic conditions).
Free parking for cars and motorbikes. Car parks open their gates at 7:00h on Friday and Saturday and at 6:00h on Sunday. They are closed at night, so it is not allowed to leave cars parked inside.
Do you wish to travel around?
For further information about the tourist offer in Barcelona, check out the website www.barcelonaturisme.com.
The Vallès Oriental area also offers exceptional tourist attractions. To learn about all cultural offers in this area, check out the website www.turismevalles.net.