Barcelona Circuit Guide

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Location: Barcelona, Spain Circuit Length: 4.655 km Laps: 66 Lap Record: 1:18.441

Circuit de Catalunya

One of the most advanced circuits on the grand prix calendar, the Circuit de Catalunya is modern but also has character. There are a variety of corners, a short straight and a long pit straight.

The circuit was first used in 1991 and was also the centre piece of Spain’s Olympic year in 1992.

With the Circuit de Catalunya also been one of Formula 1's official testing tracks, the drivers are very accustomed to what this track can through at them

Demanding fast corners, mixed together with a very technical final sector, make sure power and precision are tested at all times.

Directions: Handily placed for arrivals by air to Barcelona El Prat de Lloregat airport, the Circuit de Catalunya is 20km (12 miles) north east of the city on the A7 Autoroute. Leave at junction 13, the Granollers turn off. If you want to travel by rail to the circuit the Montmelo station on the Barcelona line is less than a mile away.

Factfile:

Circuit name – Circuit de Catalunya

Location – Barcelona

Laps – 66

Circuit Length – 4.655 km

Lap Record – 1:18.441 – D Ricciardo (2018)

Schedule:

Practice 1 10 May 2019 11:00 AM
Practice 2 10 May 2019 3:00 PM
Practice 3 11 May 2019 12:00 PM
Qualifying 1 11 May 2019 3:00 PM
Qualifying 2 11 May 2019 3:25 PM
Qualifying 3 11 May 2019 3:48 PM
Race 12 May 2019 3:10 PM