CIRCUITO DE JEREZ
CADIZ | SPAIN
The most famous motor racing circuit in Spain, Jerez is located in Andalucía close to the city of Jerez de la Frontera, 90 km (56 mi) south of Seville and deep within the sherry-producing region in the south of Spain. Jerez actually hosted five Spanish and two European Formula 1 Grand Prix during the 80’s and 90’s and was famous for the controversial 1997 European Grand Prix where Michael Schumacher intentionally collided with Jacques Villeneuve in an attempt to win the World Championship! This track has hosted racing royalty, make no doubt about that!
Formula 1 aside, Jerez has hosted probably the most ‘must-attend’ races on both the MotoGP and World Superbike Championship calendars with capacity crowds of up to 200,000 turning out year-on-year to view the action. Jerez also remains a popular winter test venue for superbike teams thanks to its temperate climate… a climate we would call lovely!
Boasting an incredible 4,421 metres of smooth, grippy tarmac, the Jerez circuit is made up of five left hand corners, eight right hand corners and a series of short straights to push the excitement level to 11… Jerez has all the excitement you would ever want – and more!
For spectators Jerez is well known for its 'flying saucer' viewing platform - a glass-walled disk that is actually straddled above and across the track, giving spectators a VIP 360° view of the action!
If you want to race at arguably one of the greatest race tracks in Europe, then Jerez is the destination for you. Exciting, challenging, technical and exhilarating… racing at Jerez gives you bragging rights for an entire year until you can book again!
Jerez really is an incredible track… having hosted multiple F1 Grand Prix and now home of the Spanish Moto GP and Superbike Events there is no disguising the pedigree of this track that YOU can experience. Here's the tale of the track...
- Track Length : 4.428 meters
- Finish Line Straight Length : 600 meters
- Width of Track : 11 - 12 meters
- Number of Curves : 13 (8 right / 5 left)
- Maximum Slope/Incline : 5%
- Pit Boxes : 43 @ 12 x 6m
- Pit Services : 32 Amp Power / Water / Air / WiFi
- Spectator Zone : Yes - One of the best tracks
- Medical : On Site Medical
- Restaurant : PitStop Licensed Restaurant
- Store : Racing Club Shop
- Amenities : Excellent Toilets & Showers
- Track Telephone : +34 956 151 100
- Track Website : www.circuitodejerez.com
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What our customers say about Jerez...
“Hi Craig, Tracy and all the team that made Jerez so enjoyable. Having never done a euro track event and being somewhat old and slow I did have some doubts initially but after a few laps I really started to enjoy myself. As others have said the allocated garage system was a success and the whole 3 days were the smoothest run event I've been on. Thanks again for a great 3 days!”
Jerez Race Circuit
“A lot of TD companies don't get enough/any praise for a job well done, well I have used PacedayZ for a second European trip this year to Jerez and can't recommend them enough. A very approachable team who were happy to help when one of my mates had an off. They were on hand to offer advice on lines and where I was going wrong. Bike transport to and from the UK is smooth and well organised. I will definitely be using them again in the future, I can't recommend them enough!”
Jerez Race Circuit
“I just wanted to say a huge thanks to everyone at PacedayZ for a fabulous three days at Jerez. We greatly appreciate the family feel to the event, the professionalism, the brilliant instruction and the track time. If I had the pennies I'd be booked on to every trip.....maybe when I win the lottery. Keep doing what you're doing, I'm looking forward to my next time back out with you all. Talan and the Talan Racing Team.”
Talan Racing Team
Jerez Race Circuit