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Circuito de Jerez Angel Nieto - SPAIN

Gran Premio Red Bull de España

Circuit information

Length: 4.423 m / 2.748 miles

Width: 11m

Left Curves: 5

Right curves: 8

The longest straight: 607 m / 0.377 miles

Built: 1986

Modified: 2002

Built in 1986 and hosting its first Grand Prix one year later, the circuit of Jerez is now one of the most popular MotoGP venues and the focal point for a city fanatical about sport. Set in a slight valley in the south of Spain, Jerez is blessed with consistently good weather and beautiful scenery, its numerous grandstands providing the perfect viewing facilities for up to 250,000 spectators.

With two alternative road circuits (4,423m and 4,428m), which were resurfaced during 2005, Jerez is a popular venue used by many race teams for testing throughout the year, whilst its recently updated corporate and media facilities have proven to be a popular addition to the complex. Other facilities such as the control tower and pit boxes have also been vastly improved.

Balda’s thought

Jerez is a track I really like and I have great memories here (Balda won here in 2018 and in 2019, ndr). There are long fast corners, my favorite; it’s a track I perform well.