Driving a latest generation car, visiting the pit of your favourite team, entering the press room in a circuit or experiencing a motorcycling Grand Prix or Formula 1 are just some of the things Spain offers. Come and enjoy it in the circuits in which champions such as Fernando Alonso, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa compete every year.

Jerez motor racing track Situated in the south of Spain, in Andalusia, it is the where the Spanish Motorcycle Grand Prix is based. From November to March many motor categories train there - Formula 1, MotoGP, Formula 3000 and Formula 3, for example. These training sessions are often open to the public. In order to discover the track we recommend the guided tour, which includes a walk round the paddock, a visit to the pits, the press room and VIP rooms, and a visit to the most famous bends. The track is also available for hire, to drive on it or for presentations, especially during the low season in July and August, when the teams are not training. Ciudad del Motor race track - Motorland Aragon It is situated in Alcañiz (Teruel), in the Aragon region, and hosts the motorcycle racing Grand Prix. It is a huge motor race track combining an official race track with go-karts and an off-road area. During the visit you'll be able to take part in competitions in all the circuits - tourism, go-karts or off-road modalities such as motocross, supermoto and autocross. You'll also be able to have the chance to drive a Formula 1 car or dream cars like a Porsche or Lamborghini. Motorland also hires out its facilities to organise your own race, and also hosts many races such as 500 kilometres of Alcañiz and the Supermoto of Nations.

Montmeló Circuit de Catalunya Just 30 kilometres from Barcelona, this track holds the Catalan Motorcycle Grand Prix and the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix. One of its main attractions is the chance to drive a Ferrari or a racing car on the track used by Alonso, Vettel, Hamilton and Schumacher. The track also offers guided tours round the facilities, such as the paddock, podium, pre-podium and briefing room, for example. And next to the official track you'll find another one where you can enjoy all kinds of off-road, dirt bike and motocross activities. Region of Valencia Ricardo Tormo circuit It is situated just over 20 kilometres from the city of Valencia and every year it hosts the Region of Valencia's World Motorcycle Grand Prix. In its facilities you'll be able to enjoy a large go-kart track and take part in advanced driving lessons. There are also three routes to hire, and meeting rooms overlooking the track. Finally, don't miss the chance to get to know the European Formula 1 Grand Prix route, which runs through the city of Valencia. For this we recommend visiting the harbour and taking a walk through the area that is transformed into Valencia's Formula 1 Street Circuit every year.

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