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Circuito de Albacete is a motorsports facility located in Albacete, Spain, opened in 1990. The main circuit is 3.550 km long with 14 turns, 8 of them right turns and 6 left turns.
The Circuit Calafat was built in 1974 outside the town of the same name in the L'Ametlla de Mar in Catalonia.
Circuit d'Alcarràs is located in Alcarràs in the province of Lleida . The total length of the track is 3743 meters with 10 left and 4 right corners. The longest straight in the start and finish area is 800 meters long, the track width is between 14 and 15 meters. The modern facility was opened on May 15, 2007.In the complex are a restaurant, pool area , a gas station and a spacious pit lane with auditorium on the roof. The operator of the racetrack is the company Circuit d'Alcarràs, SL
Circuit Ricardo Tormo, also known as Circuit de Valencia and officially named Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo, is a motorsport race track located in Cheste and built in 1999.
The speed circuit has a very technical layout of 4,140 meters, with significant unevenness and a bridge crossing the track in two levels that gives it a unique personality.
The Circuito Cartagena is located in a three thousand year old city located southeast of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea, in the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia.
Circuito Monteblanco, built in 2005/06 is located in the municipality of La Palma del Condado, a town in the province of Huelva, South of Spain, at the foot of the Autopista del Quinto Centenario.
Motorland Aragón is also known locally as The Ciudad del Motor de Aragón. It is a 5.344 km track located on the outskirts of Alcañiz in the Teruel region of Spain. The circuit was designed by well-known German architect Hermann Tilke with assistance from the British architectural firm Foster + Partners.
Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto, is a 4.428 km racing circuit located close to the city of Jerez de la Frontera, 90 km south of Seville and deep within the sherry-producing south of Spain
Andalucia Circuit Information. Andalucia circuit is situated in the South of Spain, located in the Tabernas area. ... The track is roughly 4.3 kilometres in length and has a 700 meters straight. The circuit was designed by the 2014 Moto2 world champion and ex MotoGP rider Tito Rabat.