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About Valencia

Officially called Ricardo Tormo, this circuit is located in a natural ampitheatre a short distance outside the city of Valencia, in the east of Spain, with a warm and dry climate. It is a popular fixture on the MotoGP calendar (not to be confused with the nearby Valencia street circuit which holds the F1 race) usually being the last race of the season. It was completed in 1999 and runs anti clockwise with a predominance of left hand corners including the spectacular, immensely long Turn 13 which rises up uphill, before plunging back towards the final corner. Apart from the long straight, the track is twisty and technical, with corners flowing one after the other, requiring concentration and precision. In 2012, the track was fully resurfaced and improvements were made to the run off areas. As would be expected, all the off track facilities are world class. Here we have a flying lap of this fantastic circuit to give you a idea of what's in store!



About Aragon

The Aragon circuit officially opened in 2009 and is part of a Motorland complex designed to become a motorsport mecca with multiple layouts, gravel tracks and karting facilities. Its located 125 miles west of Barcelona in the rural region of Alacaniz and is now a regular fixture for both MotoGP and World Superbikes. It was designed with input from Formula one driver Pedro de la Rosa and described by Valentino Rossi as "quite complicated but fun and fast". The track is wide, smooth and technically demanding with blind crests, changes in elevation and downhill corners. Turn 6 and 7 are reminiscent of the Corkscrew at Laguna Seca. There are two fast straights, the longest being over a mile in length. The whole Motorland venue is state of the art with superb paddock facilities.

Riders will be staying in a 4 star hotel, room only, in the nearby town of Alcaniz. The hotel is only a five minute drive from the circuit.



Aragon                                                                                   Valencia

Circuit length: 3.3 miles                 2.49 miles
Petrol: No                                      No
Pit Garages: Available                  Available
Catering: Available                       Available
Noise levels: 105db                      105db
Power: Available                           Available
Groups: 3 groups                         4 groups
Animals: Not allowed                     Not allowed
Children: Allowed                          Allowed
Camping: Available                       Available
Start times: 9am-1pm, 2-5pm        9am-1pm, 2-5pm
General requirements: Full repatriation insurance required
Full zip together leathers
Helmet with ACU gold standard
Age 16+

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