The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track located in Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain. It is primarily known for hosting the Spanish Grand Prix, which is a part of the Formula One World Championship. The circuit has been hosting the Spanish Grand Prix since 1991 and has become a popular venue for pre-season testing for Formula One teams.
The track is 4.657 km (2.892 miles) long and features a variety of high-speed and low-speed corners, as well as a long straight. The layout has been slightly modified over the years, with the addition of some corners and the removal of others, but the overall character of the track has remained the same.
Don’t forget to join us here on the ScuderiaFans.com website for up-to-the-minutes info, results, news, updates, telemetry and the latest data from the 4.657-kilometre Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Scuderia Ferrari will take to the Montmelo track with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz ready to start the Maranello team’s first testing programme of this Spanish weekend: the two Ferrari men will hit the track as they attempt to collect as much data as possible in FP1 and help the Italian side find the ideal setup and options for the rest of the weekend, as well as to understand how to best manage the Pirelli tyres, a key issue for the Maranello team, while also keeping a close eye on the rivals and their programme.
Watch the live Formula 1 results, timings, telemetry and tracker from the first free practice session for the 2023 F1 Spanish Grand Prix in the video below:
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