Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo Autovía A-3 Madrid Valencia Exit 334, 46380 Cheste Valencia
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The Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo is a 4.005 km motor sport circuit in Cheste, just 15 km from the Spanish city of Valencia and the international airport. The circuit, which became famous through the annual final race of the MOTP GP, impresses with its unique stadium character and a varied track layout with different curve radii and a "courage summit" in front of the finish curve. Because of the mild climate and cultural connection to the city of Valencia, the track is also popular as a test track for various teams in winter.
From now on, all winter events in Spain require a confirmation of a current health insurance or an official race licence. Please send it in advance by e-mail (email@example.com) or leave it at the office at the latest when you register. Without such a confirmation, a daily health insurance must be taken out at the race track for a fee.
Inaugurated on 19 September 1999, the permanent track, which runs counter-clockwise, has nine left-hand bends and five right-hand bends with lane widths of between 12 and 13 metres. The spectator capacity is estimated at 120,000, of which 60,000 seats. Similar to the EuroSpeedway Lausitz or the Motodrom of the Hockenheimring, the grandstands are arranged around the track - there are no spectator seats in the interior (infield) of the track. The Ricardo Tormo Circuit has hosted the Valencia Grand Prix as part of the Motorcycle World Championship since its opening year in 1999, and also hosts regular rounds of the Superbike World Championship, the FIA GT Championship and the World Touring Car Championship. The Ricardo Tormo circuit can be divided into an outer track and an inner track for testing and training purposes. In total, the track was secured with 102,532.5 sqm of gravel beds.
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