TIPS FOR THE RACE WEEKEND

Check out these valuable tips to make the most of the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Jerez - Ángel Nieto in Jerez. 

  • The first piece of advice is prominent - get there on time. The Spanish MotoGP is one of the most attended races in the entire MotoGP series. Especially on Sunday, you may be delayed from the car park to the circuit. It's better to enjoy the atmosphere of the race at the circuit than wait in a queue, don't you think? The ideal time to arrive at the circuit is around 9 am. Take a look at our tips on the best places to park.
  • Plan what you want to do and where you want to go. If you're going with friends, remember that the circuit's mobile network is bustling, especially on Sundays, and phone and data services may not work. Always arrange a checkpoint where you can meet if you get lost.
  • MotoGP is now Spain's 'national' sport, and the atmosphere at its home Grand Prix is accordingly intense. Moreover, many of the best riders in the field come from Spain. How can you take advantage of this? Pay attention to the tickets and find a spot where the riders you're cheering for will be. You'll find the best atmosphere in the grandstands cheering for Marc Márquez. Still, in the other grandstands cheering for riders like Joan Mir or the Aleix and Pol Espargaro brothers will also have an incredible atmosphere.
  • Follow groups on social media to find the best places to cheer. Our map of the stands will also help you. However, you can always find your "blood type" in the natural grandstand with the best General Admission ticket

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