The Formula One™ teams are no strangers to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Not only has the race been held here since 1991, but the pre season testing here in February & March means they know every corner by the time the Grand Prix is held in May.

Familiarity does not, however, lessen the challenge for car or driver. Barcelona's mix of high and low speed corners, plus its abrasive and bumpy track, makes for a physically and mechanically taxing race.

The 2017 Spanish Grand Prix came down to a battle between Championship contenders Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.

In an incident filled race Hamilton took victory after managing to overtake Vettel on lap 44. He held the lead until he took the chequered flag, reducing the German's lead in the Championship to six points. In an upgraded Red Bull car Daniel Ricciardo finished in third to claim his first podium of the year.

Spanish Grand Prix Hospitality

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya offers a range of hospitality options. We can offer both Formula One Paddock Club™ & Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Paddock Club, as well as some excellent mid level alternatives. Please see below for further information on all of the hospitality packages at the Spanish Grand Prix.