The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track located in Montmeló, a town about 32km northeast of Barcelona, Spain. The track has been hosting the Spanish Grand Prix since its inauguration in 1991, and it is one of the most popular and well-known circuits in the world of Formula One.
The track has a length of 4.655 km and a total of 16 turns, 9 right-handers, and 7 left-handers. The circuit is a mix of high-speed and low-speed corners, making it a challenging and exciting circuit for drivers. The start-finish straight is 1.047 km long and is followed by a tight right-hander, which is one of the most challenging corners on the track.
Follow us here on ScuderiaFans.com for the most rece news, telemetry, data, info, updates and track position from the qualifying session for the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix. Check out the following live stream watchalong and show your support for Ferrari men Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz as the Maranello team’s drivers will return to the track ready to fight against Red Bull and Mercedes for a place on the starting grid for Sunday’s Grand Prix in Spain.
In the stream below you can watch the live results and live timings from the qualifying session for the 2023 F1 Spanish Grand Prix, with key telemetry data and the most important updates from Barcelona:
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