Welcome to the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. F1’s home away from home – but one of the most gruelling circuits on the calendar. 2019 Grand Prix of Spain at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona Spain. We offer 2019 F1 Spanish Grand Prix tickets and Travel packages to see the 2019 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix in Barecelona Spain including hotels, Spanish Grand Prix…
Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona 2019
Date: Sun, May 12, 8:10 AM
Watch on: ESP2
Track: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location: Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit, Spain
The Spanish Grand Prix is a Formula One race currently held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Barcelona. The race is one of the oldest in the world still contested, celebrating its centenary in 2013. The race had modest beginnings as a production car race. Interrupted by the First World War, the race waited a decade for its second running before becoming a staple of the European calendar. It was promoted to the European Championship in 1935 before the Spanish Civil War brought an end to racing. The race was successfully revived in 1967 and has been a regular part of the Formula One World Championship since 1968 at a variety of venues.
The Santander 2019 Spanish Grand Prix (or Gran Premio de España) is held at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. Exploring Barcelona will be easy and convenient during the Spanish Grand Prix weekend as all our recommended hotels are very central and ideal bases to do some quality shopping, visit great restaurants and enjoy the nightlife at your doorstep.
Barcelona is a delightful and seductive city in which it is advisable to spend a few days. It is rich in architecture and heritage, has everything from smart shops to colourful markets, an endless selection of cafes, bars and restaurants and of course city beaches. Locals are famous for grazing away the day over mid-morning tapas, a long lunch, afternoon pastries and a late dinner.
The buzzing squares and the famous Ramblas attract locals and tourist alike. Mixing with Barcelonistas along the wide leafy avenues, in the shady plazas and markets and through the narrow streets of the old town.