Valencia 

Friday 27th and Saturday 28th September 2024

Schedule

Valencia Ricardo Tormo Circuit – 1.979 miles

Timed Practice – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 27th September – Time – TBC
Timed Practice – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 27th September – Time – TBC
Qualifying – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 27th September – Time – TBC
Race 1 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Friday 27th September – Time – TBC

Race 2 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Saturday 28th September – Time – TBC
Race 3 – 420R, 310R, 270R – Saturday 28th September – Time – TBC

Circuit times are subject to change.

ACCOMMODATION

Hotels:

The hotel we are recommending is the ‘Only You Hotel Valencia’. It is in a great location in the centre of the old town, there is parking opposite the hotel and there are loads of bars and nice restaurants within walking distance.

From the hotel it is approximately a 20 minute drive to the airport and it is approximately a 25 minute drive to the circuit.

Please use the Promotional Code ‘7RS‘ when making your reservation.

Valencia – ‘Only You’ Hotel – Valencia Hotel – LINK

Timetable

Timetable to be confirmed closer to the event

CIRCUIT INFORMATION

Since its was officially opened on 19th September 1999, the Ricardo Tormo Circuit has become a symbolic venue. Their commitment to sport has made the region a true benchmark in the world of motorsport. The Circuit has received many awards over the years, positioning it among the very best of today’s racing circuits. Recognition of this has come in the form of prizes hailing it as the best event organiser of major motorsport competitions with three Motorcycling World Championship prizes (IRTA BEST GRAND PRIX in 2003, 2004 and 2006), two best World Superbikes Championship awards (2000 and 2006) and one award for the best Truck Grand Prix in 2001

A circuit inside a stadium defines the idea behind the Circuit, which was designed so that spectators could follow races in full from the stands. The entire track can be seen from the 65,000 seats in the stands, meaning that fans do not miss out on any of the on-track action. The demanding track layout and excellent facilities have made the Circuit one of the nerve centres of motorsport. With 95% track occupation throughout the year with events, training sessions and different activities. In addition to the MotoGP World Championship, we also host the two most important Touring Car races, the FIA WTCC World Championship and DTM German Touring Car Championship, Formula 3 and GT’s, races, CEV Spanish Motorcycling Championship and Formula 1 winter tests. Every year the Valencian circuit is the venue for the MotoGP finale hosting an event that has become a reference for the 120,000 fans who fill the stands and the riders who revel in the technical aspects of the track

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