MotoGP Spain 26/04- 28/04/2024


Save yourself inconveniences at the entrance. Here's a list of things to leave at home when visiting the Spanish Grand Prix. 

What can you bring, and what is forbidden? 


  • Glass, metal or wooden containers. 
  • Alcoholic beverages. Unfortunately, alcohol is completely banned on the circuit. You can buy alcoholic beverages at the stands on the circuit.
  • Any object weighing more than 500 grams or 500 millilitres that can be thrown. You may take a plastic bottle into the stands, but it must not be closed.
  • Even with dangerous sharp objects such as knives or scissors, you won't pass the check.
  • Animals are not allowed on the circuit.
  • Bicycles, scooters, etc. In short, any means of transport must also be left outside the premises.
  • Cannons, flares, smoke bombs and other pyrotechnics are also officially banned. 
  • The use of drones is strictly prohibited.


  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages in small volumes and contents weighing no more than 500 grams. 
  • Sun umbrellas and camping chairs - this applies to general admission only and under the condition you don't obstruct anyone's view with your equipment.
  • You can take photos and videos on the circuit; however, you are not allowed to use professional equipment such as a large professional camera and as such. A good quality camera with a telephoto lens and a tripod are allowed. 

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