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Built in 1985, the Jerez Circuit hosted its first Grand Prix one year later. The Spanish Grand Prix, held at the Jerez circuit, is one of the biggest and most popular of the MotoGP Championship and the main reference point for a city that continues to passionately support motorcycle racing, making it one of the most traditional European circuits in the motor world.
The special nature of the track and its geographical location make it one of the most popular circuits.
Located in a valley in the south of Spain, the Jerez track benefits from a mild climate and the special beauty of the Andalusian landscape. It's surrounded by hills, on which numerous grandstands are placed, providing the perfect location for the more than 250,000 spectators that gather at the circuit.
With two alternative routes (4,423 Km. and 4,428 Km. counting the chicane), spread across 13 low, medium and high velocity curves, 5 left and 8 right and a straight of 607 m., the track was resurfaced at the end of the 2001 season as part of an ambitious remodelling project, improving spaces like the press room, the control tower and pit area.
How to get to the Jerez Circuit
The Jerez circuit is at kilometre 6.5 on the N-382 (Jerez-Arcos-Cartagena).
Jerez International Airport runs regular flights to Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona and Tenerife, as well as European cities such as London, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Brussels and others.
Jerez railway station provides links to many cities and capital cities. The capital city of Spain (Madrid) is just a few hours away thanks to the high-speed train (AVE) departing from Seville.
Jerez Circuit Contact Details
Address: Carretera Jerez-Arcos, km. 10
Tel: 956 151 100 / 956 149 680
Fax: 956 151 105