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Tickets for Montmelo 2025

TicketWorld Online offers you the exclusive opportunity to experience the excitement of the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix at the impressive Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmelo. Immerse yourself in the passion and adrenaline as the world’s top drivers tackle the curves and straights of this iconic circuit.

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, home of the Spanish Grand Prix in 2025, has been a stage that leaves no one indifferent since its addition to the Formula 1 calendar. Surrounded by the natural and cultural beauty of Montmelo, this circuit provides a unique experience, with challenging curves and long straights that test the skills of the drivers on every lap.

With modern facilities and a vibrant atmosphere, this sporting event transforms into a celebration where the passion for speed and competition combine to offer an unparalleled sports spectacle.

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Montmelo 2025 Entrances – EN

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Garden Village

  • Access to the circuit on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
  • Access to the Pit Lane Walk on Thursday
  • Seat in Grandstand H from Friday to Sunday (Garden Village is closed on Friday)
  • Catering from 09:00 to 17:00 (Available only on Saturday and Sunday)
  • Television broadcasting the race live

Frequent questions

The Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is a motorsport race held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, located in Montmeló, Catalonia. Montmeló, with its proximity to the vibrant city of Barcelona, adds a special character to the Grand Prix experience. Fans not only enjoy the excitement of Formula 1, but also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich Catalan culture, its delicious gastronomy, and its impressive architecture, making this event an unforgettable experience.

  1. Main Grandstand: the main grandstand is one of the most prominent and offers privileged views of the main straight, from the start to the first corner. Here you can feel the excitement of the start and watch the cars reach high speeds as the drivers fight for position in the first corner.
  2. Grandstand G: it is in a strategic location, offering a panoramic view of the circuit’s most famous curve, known as “La Caixa” or “La Caixa Turn.” This challenging corner is often the scene of exciting overtaking and is a favorite for drivers and fans alike.
  3. Grandstand J: it is strategically positioned to offer you a spectacular view of the start and the thrilling speed of the Formula 1 cars as they head towards the first corner.
  4. Grandstands K, E and F : these grandstands are strategically located at a critical point on the track, just before the first corner. In these grandstands, fans have the privilege of witnessing the spectacular braking of Formula 1 cars. Here, drivers face the challenging task of slowing down their machines in the blink of an eye as they prepare to accelerate to dizzying speeds on the main straight.
  5. Grandstands A and T1: these are covered grandstands that offer views from the Stadium sector and the entrance curve to the main straight, known as the “Stadium.”
  6. Grandstand L: it is a strategically located covered grandstand situated at a high vantage point. This location provides an expansive view that encompasses a significant portion of the circuit, allowing you to see the initial turns of the circuit, both to the left and the right.
  7. Grandstand M: it is a covered grandstand where spectators can closely observe the great skill of the drivers as they tackle one of the circuit’s tight corners.
  8. Grandstands S2, S, and N: these grandstands are situated in one of the fastest sections of the circuit, offering thrilling views of the fast corners and the accelerations of the Formula 1 cars. S2 and S grandstands are covered, providing shelter from the elements.
  9. Grandstand T10: this is a covered grandstand placed in front of the “La Caixa” turn, offering expansive views of the final stretch of the circuit.
  10. Grandstand B: it is strategically located in an area that provides you with a wide field of vision, allowing you to take in a significant portion of the circuit’s final stretch.
  11. Grandstand C: positioned to offer an unrivalled view of the final straight of the circuit, this is the perfect place for fans who want to experience the thrill of the final stages of the race. From this grandstand, you can watch the riders accelerate through the final two corners, giving you a unique perspective as they fight to cross the finish line first.
  12. Grandstand H: it is located in the area of the last chicane before the main straight. Here, spectators can witness the braking and maneuvers of the drivers as they prepare to reach high speeds on the straight.

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has a length of approximately 4.655 kilometers.

The number of laps in the Spanish Grand Prix may vary depending on the FIA regulations and the season’s calendar. Typically, Formula 1 Grand Prix races consist of around 66 to 70 laps around the circuit.

The first edition was held in 1951 at the Pedralbes circuit in Barcelona. Since then, the race has had several locations, but the Montmeló Circuit has been its main venue since 1991, with the exception of some editions that have been held at the Jerez circuit. The top winners of the Spanish Grand Prix are Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher, both with six victories each.

Yes, due to the high speed of the Formula 1 cars and the noise generated by the engines, attendees are advised to wear hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the event safely and comfortably.

The F1 arrives in Madrid!

Amidst the excitement of Formula 1 in Montmeló, we can’t help but get thrilled about the announcement of the next F1 event in Madrid in 2026.

Get ready for an unparalleled automotive experience! After thrilling us with speed in Montmeló, Madrid is gearing up to welcome the drivers, the most challenging corners, and the pure excitement of F1 on the streets.