Motor - Moto GP

The Circuit of Montmeló, built in 1991, has a length of 4,627 meters and 14 curves that make the emotion does not decline at any time, especially in motorcycle racing. The Grand Prix de Catalunya de Motociclismo has been held since 1991, although from that year until 1995 it was called the European Motorcycling Grand Prix.

This speed test held at the Montmeló circuit in the province of Barcelona is part of the World Motorcycle Championship.

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Pilots and constructors of motorcycles that more times have won in Montmeló

  • Pilot: Valentino Rossi, Italy (10 times, 1 in the 125cc category, 2 in 250cc, 1 in 500cc and 6 in MotoGP) / Constructor: Honda, Japan (23 times, 6 in the Moto3 category, 3 in 125 cc, 4 in 250 cc, 5 in 500 cc and 5 in MotoGP)
  • Pilot: Jorge Lorenzo, Spain (6 times, 1 in the 250cc category and 5 in MotoGP) / Constructor: Aprilia, Italy (17 times, 9 in the 125cc category and 8 in 250cc)
  • Pilot: Dani Pedrosa, Spain (3 times, 1 in the 125 cc category, 1 in 250 cc and 1 in MotoGP), and Marc Márquez (3 times, 2 in the MotoGP category and 1 in 125 cc) / Yamaha, Japan (11 times, 1 in the 250 cc category and 10 in MotoGP

Podium of the last edition


  • First: Miguel Oliveira (Portugal). Constructor: KTM (Austria)
  • Second: Johann Zarco (France). Constructor: Ducati (Italy)
  • Third: Jack Miller (Australia). Constructor: Ducati (Italy)


  • First: Remy Gardner (Australia). Constructor: Kalex (Germany)
  • Second: Raúl Fernández (Spain). Constructor: Kalex (Germany)
  • Third: Xavi Vierge (Spain). Constructor: Kalex (Germany)


  • First: Sergio Garcia (Spain). Constructor: Gas Gas (Spain)
  • Second: Jeremy Alcoba (Spain). Constructor: Honda (Japan)
  • Third: Deniz Öncü (Turkey). Constructor: KTM (Austria)

Next race: June 3 to 5, 2022

Get your tickets for the Grand Prix de Catalunya de Motociclismo race of 2022 - MotoGP at the Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya. Think about where you want to enjoy the race. You can choose a seat in one of the 13 tribunes available or follow the Grand Prix from the Pelouse areas. The best riders in the world await you.

Zip code
Montmeló, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

How to get there

From Barcelona

At the bus station of Barcelona Nord you can take a special bus that will leave you 300 meters from the Barcelona - Catalunya circuit. You can also go with the train line R2 leaving from the stations of Sants, Passeig de Gràcia, El Clot Aragó and Sant Andreu Comtal. Keep in mind that the Montmeló train station is 3 km away from the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, so you can consider taking a bus or a taxi at the station to get to the circuit.

From the airport

Line R2 of train in terminal T2, to Montmeló station. You can also go to the Barcelona Nord bus station to take the special bus. See more information of interest in the "From Barcelona" section. To get to the Barcelona Nord station from the airport, the fastest option is the AEROBUS to Plaza Espanya and then take the L1 metro line to the Arc de Triomf station.

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