The Circuit Ricardo Tormo is a motorsport race track located in Valencia, Spain. It is a 4.005 km long track which plays host to a variety of events throughout the year.
Nearest track of a similar category is Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (336 kilometers away).
Circuit Ricardo Tormo, located in Valencia, Spain, is commonly referred to as one of the most modern and safest circuits in the world.
The circuit was officially opened on September 15, 1999 and has been the venue of numerous international events since then, including Moto GP and Formula 1.
The circuit named after Spanish motorcycle racer Pablo Ricardo Tormo, who died of cancer in 1998.
The circuit was designed by Spanish engineer Manuel Miguel with Emeterio Valiente.
The main track covers 4.005 km and has a total of 16 turns.
There is also a shorter 2.1 km wide track, which is mainly used for motorcycle races.
Circuit Ricardo Tormo has hosted 12 Moto GP races and 5 Formula 1 races to date.
The circuit also features several educational programs related to road safety and environment.
In addition to professional races, the circuit also hosts several amateur events and track days.
The circuit has a maximum capacity of 70,000 spectators.