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Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya flag

Montmeló / 11 – 13 May 2018Montmeló
11 – 13 May 2018
Laps: 66
Lenght: 4.655 Km
Distance: 307.104 Km

First Grand Prix: 1991
Visitor capacity: 140.700
Practice 111:00 - 12:30

Practice 111:00 - 12:30
Practice 215:00 - 16:30
Practice 312:00 - 13:30
Qualifying15:00 - 16:00
Practice 215:00 - 16:30

Race15:10Qualifying15:00 - 16:30
Practice 312:00 - 13:00

  • Montmeló

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track in Montmeló, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit. The track has stands with a capacity of 140,700. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.

  • RACE
  • qualifying
1 ( - )Lewis Hamilton1251:19.133211.77 Kph
2 ( - )Valtteri Bottas2181:19.478210.85 Kph
3 (+2)Max Verstappen5151:19.422211 Kph
4 (-1)Sebastian Vettel3121:19.128211.78 Kph
5 (+1)Daniel Ricciardo6101:18.441213.64 Kph
6 (+1)Kevin Magnussen7+1 Lap1:20.246208.83 Kph
7 (+2)Carlos Sainz9+1 Lap1:21.324206.06 Kph
8 ( - )Fernando Alonso8+1 Lap1:20.727207.59 Kph
9 (+6)Sergio Pérez15+2 Laps1:21.128206.56 Kph
10 (+4)Charles Leclerc14+2 Laps1:22.122204.06 Kph
11 (+7)Lance Stroll18+2 Laps1:22.095204.13 Kph
12 (+8)Brendon Hartley20+2 Laps1:21.439205.77 Kph
13 (+4)Marcus Ericsson17+2 Laps1:22.487203.16 Kph
14 (+5)Sergey Sirotkin19+3 Laps1:22.680202.69 Kph
15 (-4)Stoffel Vandoorne11Gearbox1:22.594202.9 Kph
16 (-3)Esteban Ocon13Oil leak1:22.117204.07 Kph
17 (-13)Kimi Räikkönen4Turbo1:21.531205.54 Kph
18 (-8)Romain Grosjean10Collision0 Kph
19 (-7)Pierre Gasly12Collision0 Kph
20 (-4)Nico Hülkenberg16Collision0 Kph

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is one of Europe's busiest tracks, playing host to high profile rounds of Formula One, MotoGP and becoming the seasonal winter home of the F1 teams as they test their new cars and drivers.

Flashback 2017

The race was won by Lewis Hamilton, who in the 44th round took the better-started Sebastian Vettel and did not give up the lead. Vettel finished second, while Daniel Ricciardo completed the podium. All three of them were the only driver of their team to reach the finish; Max Verstappen and Kimi Räikkönen came into contact with each other in the first round and therefore fell out, while the engine of Valtteri Bottas went after 38 laps. The Force India-duo Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon managed to take advantage of this by finishing fourth and fifth, while Renault driver Nico Hülkenberg also achieved a good result in sixth place. Sauber-driver Pascal Wehrlein originally finished seventh, but after a time penalty of five seconds because he sent in too late when entering the pit lane he fell back to eighth place, behind the Toro Rosso of Carlos Sainz jr. The top 10 was closed by the other Toro Rosso from Daniil Kvjat and Haas driver Romain Grosjean. McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne crashed after 32 laps after he caused an accident in the first corner in which he hit Felipe Massa's car. For this he received a penalty of three starting places for the next race in Monaco. [source: wikipedia]

Circuit Address

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Camino Mas Moreneta, Barcelona

Upcoming races

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