MotoGP Catalonia 2024

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CATALONIA MOTOGP 2024 – Circuit de Barcelona – En


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Live the Great Experience of the MotoGP

The MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, located in Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain. It is one of the most significant events on the MotoGP calendar. Montmeló provides visitors with an unparalleled experience both on and off the track. The combination of thrilling races and Catalonia’s unique atmosphere makes the Catalan Grand Prix a truly exceptional event for both riders and spectators alike.

  1. Main Grandstand: it is one of the most prominent grandstands and offers privileged views of the main straight, from the start to the first curve. Here you can feel the excitement of the start and see how the bikes reach high speeds as the riders battle for position in the first curve.
  2. Grandstand J: it is strategically located to offer you a spectacular view of the start and the thrilling speed of the bikes as they head towards the first curve.
  3. Grandstands K, E, and F: they are strategically positioned at the critical point of the track, just before the first curve. In these grandstands, fans have the privilege of witnessing the spectacular braking of the MotoGP bikes. Here, the riders face the challenging task of reducing the speed of their machines in the blink of an eye as they prepare to take the first curve of the circuit.
  4. Grandstand A and T1: these covered grandstands offer views of the first section of curves on the circuit, ideal for witnessing the skill of the pilots.
  5. Grandstand L: this covered grandstand is strategically located at a high point, providing an expansive view that spans much of the circuit, allowing you to see the first curves of the circuit such as the one to your left.
  6. Grandstand M: a covered grandstand where spectators can closely observe the great skill of the pilots as they tackle one of the circuit’s tight curves.
  7. Grandstand N: it is located in one of the fastest sections of the circuit, offering exciting views of the fast curves and the acceleration of the bikes.
  8. Grandstand B: it is strategically located in an area that offers you a wide view, allowing you to contemplate a large part of the final stretch of the circuit.
  9. Grandstand G: it is in a strategic location, offering a panoramic view of the most famous corner of the circuit, known as “La Caixa” or “La Caixa Turn.” This challenging corner is often the scene of thrilling overtakes and is a favorite for both pilots and fans.
  10. Grandstand T10: it is a covered grandstand located in front of grandstand B where you can see a large part of the end of the circuit.
  11. Grandstand C: it is an ideal grandstand to view the final straight of the circuit, a location where you can see how the riders enter at high speed and reduce their speeds to exit towards the finish line.
  12. Grandstand H: it is is a covered grandstand located in the area of the last curve before the main straight. Here, spectators can witness the braking and maneuvers of the riders in the final curve of the circuit, while 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 Catalan Grand Prix may vary according to the FIM rules and the season’s calendar. Generally, at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, around 24 to 26 laps are completed during the MotoGP race.

The first edition of the Catalan MotoGP Grand Prix took place in 1992 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, marking the beginning of a tradition that continues to this day. Since then, this race has become a landmark event on the MotoGP calendar, attracting world-class riders and passionate fans from around the globe. With each edition, the Catalan Grand Prix continues to write its own story filled with excitement, competition, and memorable moments on the track.

Yes, due to the noise generated by the powerful MotoGP motorcycles, spectators are recommended to use hearing protection, such as earplugs, to enjoy the race safely and comfortably.


Price: from 83 €

24 - 26 May

Circuit de Barcelona - Catalonia

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The Catalonia circuit will once again host the 2024 Catalan Grand Prix, where tens of thousands of fans have been gathering annually since 1992 to experience this motorsport celebration throughout the weekend.

Located just 28 km from Barcelona, it’s a special circuit for all riders because of its wide variety of turns of all kinds. It hosts Official Tests as well as many races of lower categories, so all riders have completed thousands of laps on this layout.

Everything is set to make the most of every minute of this thrilling competition. Get your tickets for Catalan 2024 now!