As it has become a classic, the Monster Zone will fill the area of the old heliport of the Circuit, next to the forest, with good atmosphere and fun. This area will be open on Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., while on Sunday it will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. There, fans will be able to enjoy live music, as well as some shows. On both Friday and Saturday, some of the main protagonists of the weekend, as well as other well-known riders, are expected to be present on the Monster Stage.
The Kids Zone will be located in the spectator area behind the Main Grandstand, a space for the little ones to enjoy the Circuit as well. There, they will be able to participate in games with make-up, sand art, giant games, group games, skills and karting circuits, sustainable workshops or itinerant characters. These proposals will be available all weekend long, on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Green Zone will be located at the entrance of one of the green areas of the Circuit, the Crater Forest. There, families will be able to find a sustainability stand where the actions being carried out by the Circuit will be disseminated.
As usual, fans will have access to the shopping area behind the Main Grandstand, but there will also be several merchandising outlets throughout the facilities.
Activities to explore unique corners of the Circuit
The visit to the Pit Lane: For a total of one and a half hours on Friday afternoon (from 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.), fans will be able to walk through one of the epicentres of activity at a GP, the place where the teams’ garages are located, as well as the motorbikes of the event. A unique opportunity to visit the Pit Lane with a completely different aesthetic, wearing its finery to host the greatest motorcycling show in the world.
Open Track: Once the MotoGP™ race is over on Sunday, fans will be able to step onto the Catalan tarmac just a few minutes after their idols have done so. Several gates will be opened around the track for those who wish to leave their grandstands and come down to the track. The fastest and closest to the main straight will be able to watch the podium ceremony of the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya de MotoGP™, as well as see everything that happens at the end of an event in the World Championship teams’ pits just a few metres away.
The entertainment continues at Rocco’s Ranch
The off-road track located outside Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya also presents an unbeatable proposal. It is the International Super GP, an event that brings together the best FlatTrack and DirtTrack riders and consists of a two-race championship.
One race will take place on Friday (DirtTrack) and the other on Saturday (FlatTrack TT). It is a format never seen before where the two modalities are combined, and where the champion will be chosen from the sum of the two races. In addition, there will be 3 categories: Fun Race (for 100cc to 140cc air-cooled bikes), Thunders – Vintage (125cc to 1200cc bikes) and All Stars (bikes up to 750cc).
Once all the activity on the asphalt of the Circuit has finished, Rocco’s Ranch will start with the International Super GP programme, starting the competition at 7.00 p.m. with the free practice sessions on both days. The races will start at 9.00 p.m. All the attendees of the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya de MotoGP™ will have free admission to the International Super GP at Rocco’s Ranch.