The Spanish Grand Prix at Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto will feature races in the three standard championships MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. Sunday's start of all three races will be delayed by one hour due to a clash with the F1 race.
Drivers and team members also attend some parts of the accompanying programme. Our tips on how to meet riders and how to behave when meeting them can be found here.
Always try to get to the circuit early, especially on Sundays. Expect queues at the entrances. The race weekend programme can be found here.
Motorsport is noisy; however, earplugs are optional. Anyway, it is recommended to have them with you. If you go to the circuit with children, always protect their hearing!
Yes, in reasonable quantities, you can consume and in containers weighing up to 500 grams. Glass bottles are prohibited. You may only take a plastic bottle to the stands without a cap. Cooking and grilling are not allowed on the circuit.
You can take a camping chair to the natural grandstand, but tents, including beach shelters, are not allowed.
In practice, this is possible, but it is highly recommended to have it printed. An electronic version may not be accepted by the organiser. If you choose to have the ticket only on your mobile phone, you must have it saved on your phone and do not rely, for example, on retrieving it from an email. Mobile signal and data services may be down during the weekend.
If you have a ticket for the grandstand, you can get to it through the appropriate entrance. Take a look at the circuit map. With a general admission - pelouse ticket, you can enter selected zones. Seat tickets always have reserved seats.
Yes, the circuit accepts cash and most credit cards.
Yes, but you can only take photos for personal and non-commercial purposes. Professional cameras and especially video cameras, are prohibited. All types of drones are prohibited. Using a drone can be considered a criminal offence by the local police!
No, pets are not allowed on the Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto.
Yes, the circuit has complete coverage, but the network can be overloaded, especially on Sundays. So don't rely on mobile phones and data services.
A free shuttle service takes fans from transport hubs and car parks. You can take advantage of it, especially if you arrive by car and park in a more distant car park. From the city centre, the shuttle runs to the ring road from the Minotauro round about for the price of a regular ticket. More information can be found here.
Check out accommodation in either Jerez or the Costa del Luz. You'll find entire apartment buildings that summer guests are not using at the time of the Spanish Grand Prix. Ideal for larger groups! For more information on accommodation, click here.
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