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MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix Information

 

Circuit of the Motorland Aragon

 

Built in 2009, the circuit of Aragon, often referred to as "Motorland Aragon" immediately hosted world-class races such as a MotoGP and the World Series by Renault. The first MotoGP was held in 2010, replacing the Balatonring Grand Prix on the MotoGP Calendar. Motorland Aragon has been an annual rendezvous ever since.
Spain's passion for motorsports is truly felt at Aragon with massive crowds supporting their local heroes. 

 

 

 

Circuit Address: 

Edificio Circuito de Velocidad,
Ctra TE-V 7033, Km.
1, 44600 
Alcañiz, Teruel

 


Circuit Facts

Length: 5.344Km/ 3.321 miles

MotoGP Laps: 23

Available Ticket Categories:

Grandstand Tickets
General Admission
 

 

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Ticket Specifications

Children under 14 and Seniors over 65 years of age enjoy free access to the Pelouse Area. All children must be accompanied by an adult (max 2 children per adult are allowed free access).

 



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Explore Aragon

Aragon is a splendid part of Spain that has sublime medieval towns and embodies the laid- back and relaxed Spanish persona.  Alcaniz is a town full of delicious traditional cuisine and historical sights which will keep you busy before or after your MotoGP race day. Before attending the thrilling MotoGP event make sure to check out these places:


-    Monsaterio de Piedra 
-    Explore Ordesa National park
-    See the Castillo de Los Catatravos 
-    Eat at Meseguer for amazing Spanish cuisine 

 

 


   Average Temperature (August): 23°C / 77°F 
   

   Currency: EUR (Euro)

 

   Closest Airports: Thalerhof (Graz), Alpe Adria Airport 

 

   Recommended city transport: Bus, train 

 

 

 

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