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Spanish Grand Prix, 8 – 10 May 2015


A course that has everything, the Circuit de Catalunya requires precision driving in abundance, as despite the long straights, overtaking is not known to occur in copious amounts. The recent introduction of a chicane however, positioned between the last two corners, encourages a final overtaking opportunity for the racers, before turning into the exciting long straight to the finishing line.

For first class hospitality, the best seats are found in the East, Main High section, and provide guests with their own reserved seat under an enclosed roof. This section is also elevated, meaning spectators have an unmatched view of the starting/finish line, the final bend after the chicane, and the first corner, renowned as being the most popular overtaking place for the competing F1 drivers.

A circuit steeped in recent history, and one that requires drivers to prepare for meticulously, as changing wind directions that can occur throughout the day have been known to drastically alter predicted performances and results.

A fantastic track in a beautiful and cultured city, it was here in 1991 that spectators witnessed Nigel Mansell duelling with Ayrton Senna on the final straight before taking first place, and more recently, where Heikki Kovalainen crashed at 149mph, before walking away unscathed to the relieve of those in attendances.

With much to do in Barcelona, alongside attending one of the most anticipated and coveted Grand Prix races, spectators are sure to enjoy an unbeatable experience.

8 – 10 May 2015

  • Elodie Manceau
  • Lifestyle Manager
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