Circuito de Navarra

Calendario + Informacion de la pista

Circuito de Navarra is an international standard racing circuit located in northern Spain. It is 4.8 kilometer long and features fifteen turns, offering a great challenge for the racers.

Upcoming Events and Sessions

Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.

Past Events

Nothing for now, but you know how things are... time passes, this list is bound to grow. Watch this space.

Navarra: Interesting Facts

Nearest track of a similar category is Circuit Ricardo Tormo (365 kilometers away).

  1. The Circuito de Navarra is located in Los Arcos, a small town located in Spain's northern Navarra province.

  2. It was designed by renowned racetrack designer Hermann Tilke.

  3. The circuit’s layout is 4.7 kilometers (2.9 miles) in length and features 14 turns.

  4. It is commonly used by top international teams for testing purposes.

  5. In addition to its role as a testing facility, the circuit has also been used as the host of the World Series by Renault, the Spanish GT Championship, the European Le Mans Series, and a variety of other professional and amateur races.

  6. It is also equipped with an exclusive club house and paddock for teams and fans to enjoy the day of races.

  7. The circuit also features a Dirt Track and a Racetrack Karting.

  8. The most famous corner of the circuit is the "Corner de las Estrellas," which is inspired by the "Corkscrew" at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California.

  9. The layout of the circuit is constantly being revised in order to always provide the best possible experience for drivers, teams, and spectators.

  10. The circuit is considered to be one of the most challenging tracks in Europe for both drivers and cars.

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