Spain 2024
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Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 21 June, 11:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 21 June, 15:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 22 June, 10:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 22 June, 14:00
Qualifying
Sun, 23 June, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, located just outside the vibrant city of Barcelona, the venue for the Spanish Grand Prix.
This circuit's variety of corner types, straight lengths, and elevation changes make it a comprehensive test of a car's aerodynamic efficiency and mechanical grip.
It has been an everpresent venue on the Formula 1 calendar since 1991, with racing and testing heading to the track for over three decades, meaning teams and drivers know it inside out.
Circuit Overview:
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a 14-turn, 4.657 km (2.894 miles) example of almost everything an F1 driver will encounter on the calendar.
Sector 1 begins with heavy braking into Turn 1, and the sweeping uphill Turn 3 concludes with the endless Repsol right-hander as Sector 2 begins.
Undulations, twists, and a blast of DRS into a possible overtaking spot at Turn 10, La Caixa, makes up the second sector, and it all finishes with high-speed right-hand corners in Sector 3 to shoot the car out onto the long pit straight.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location: Montmeló, Barcelona
First Grand Prix: 1991 (first Spanish GP: 1951, Pedralbes Circuit, Barcelona)
Circuit Length: 4.657 km (2.894 miles)
Race Distance: 307.362 km (190.908 miles)
Laps: 66
Lap Record: 1:16.330 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, 2023)
2024 Support Series: Formula 2, Formula 3, F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:19.133 (Lap 59)
Qualifying: P18 (1:14.063)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P20
Fastest Lap: 1:19.247 (Lap 41)
Qualifying: P20 (1:14.699)
Tyre Strategy: Soft-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Spanish GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987, 1991 & 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Damon Hill 1994 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Pastor Maldonado, 2012)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Pastor Maldonado, 2012)
Alex's Best Finish: P8 (2020)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Williams Racing took the first four victories when the Spanish GP switched to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in 1991, with Nigel, Alain, and Damon each taking to the top step.
Spain At A Glance
Capital: Madrid
Population: 47 million
Size: 505,990 sq km
Language: Spanish
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Spain 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 21 June, 11:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 21 June, 15:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 22 June, 10:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 22 June, 14:00
Qualifying
Sun, 23 June, 13:00
Race
Welcome to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, located just outside the vibrant city of Barcelona, the venue for the Spanish Grand Prix.
This circuit's variety of corner types, straight lengths, and elevation changes make it a comprehensive test of a car's aerodynamic efficiency and mechanical grip.
It has been an everpresent venue on the Formula 1 calendar since 1991, with racing and testing heading to the track for over three decades, meaning teams and drivers know it inside out.
Circuit Overview:
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a 14-turn, 4.657 km (2.894 miles) example of almost everything an F1 driver will encounter on the calendar.
Sector 1 begins with heavy braking into Turn 1, and the sweeping uphill Turn 3 concludes with the endless Repsol right-hander as Sector 2 begins.
Undulations, twists, and a blast of DRS into a possible overtaking spot at Turn 10, La Caixa, makes up the second sector, and it all finishes with high-speed right-hand corners in Sector 3 to shoot the car out onto the long pit straight.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location: Montmeló, Barcelona
First Grand Prix: 1991 (first Spanish GP: 1951, Pedralbes Circuit, Barcelona)
Circuit Length: 4.657 km (2.894 miles)
Race Distance: 307.362 km (190.908 miles)
Laps: 66
Lap Record: 1:16.330 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, 2023)
2024 Support Series: Formula 2, Formula 3, F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P16
Fastest Lap: 1:19.133 (Lap 59)
Qualifying: P18 (1:14.063)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P20
Fastest Lap: 1:19.247 (Lap 41)
Qualifying: P20 (1:14.699)
Tyre Strategy: Soft-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Spanish GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Nigel Mansell, 1987, 1991 & 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Damon Hill 1994 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Pastor Maldonado, 2012)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Nelson Piquet, 1987 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Pastor Maldonado, 2012)
Alex's Best Finish: P8 (2020)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Williams Racing took the first four victories when the Spanish GP switched to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in 1991, with Nigel, Alain, and Damon each taking to the top step.
Spain At A Glance
Capital: Madrid
Population: 47 million
Size: 505,990 sq km
Language: Spanish
Currency: Euro (EUR)
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