The Aragon circuit officially opened in 2009 and is part of a Motorland complex designed to become a motorsport mecca. The circuit is located in the Teruel province in Aragón, roughly midway between Madrid and Barcelona, It can be found alongside the N-232, a few miles north west of Alcañiz.
The circuit features a mixture of long sweeping corners and slower, tighter curves and noticeable elevation changes. The track rises from the start finish straight some 50 metres to its high point, before descending through a 7.2% drop at Turns 8 and 9, a corner complex which probably comes as close to reproducing the excitement of Laguna Seca’s fabled Corkscrew as modern circuit design standards allow. This combined with the 1.2Km long back straight this circuit truly has a little of everything..
The Grand Prix circuits are licensed by the FIA to Grade 1T standards (allowing Formula One testing) and to the highest standard by the FIM for motorcycle racing. The circuit currently hosts both WSBK and Moto GP. Valentino Rossi’s opinion of the track is “quite complicated but it’s a lot of fun and it’s fast!”.
The event will consist of a maximum of 105 riders so to prevent over crowding, and with the added benefit of time controled groups you will not equal the quality of track time received on a Circuit Moto event.
We look forward to seeing you on one of our events soon….!!
Starting Times: TBC
Noise Levels: 105db
Petrol: Not available
Pit Garages: Available
Circuit Length: 3.3 miles
Length of straight: 624m
Right corners: 8
Left corners: 9
Track width: 15m
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