Formula 1 is back in Barcelona. The Circuit de Catalunya will host the fifth Formula 1 Grand Prix of the season (Gran Premio de España Barcelona 2013) between the 10th and 12th of May.
Trainings schedules, qualifying and race are as follows
|Thursday 9th May||Practice||10:00 – 12:0016:00 – 19:00|
|Friday 10th May||Practice||14:00 – 15:30|
|Saturday 11th May||Qualyfing||11:00 – 12:00|
|Saturday 11th May||Qualifying Q3||14:00|
|Sunday 12th May||Race||14:00|
Thursday of Grand Prix, include a visit to Pit lane with the same input. That is the best chance to enjoy the Formula 1 from the inside and if you are lucky enough, you may get a picture with some top driver.
Two presale periods with different price discounts have been introduced: First presale period ending on November the 30th offers a 20% discount while the second presale period ends on February the 28th allows a 10% discount. Tickets price vary from €50 to €450 outside the two pre-sale periods (depending on number of days). Click here for further details regarding prices.
How to get to the Circuit?
By train (Rodalies – RENFE): Take the train at either Sant Estació train station or El Clot-Aragó train station towards Montmeló train station (line R2). The journey time is around 30 minutes. From Montmeló train station it is just a 20 minutes walk to the circuit.
BUS: Sagalés Coach Company offers a direct bus service from Barcelona city centre to Montmeló Circuit to enjoy the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Busses depart from the junction of Diputacio street and Passeig the Gracia. Price: €8 return ticket.
Finally, don’t forget to use sunscreen products, sun glasses, a baseball cap or a hut and comfortable footwear as although the Grand Prix will take place in May, temperatures can easily reach 30ºC.