F1 Grand Prix of Spain Pirelli 2014, Formula 1 comes to Barcelona.

F1_barcelona_1The Spanish GP, is the first European race of the year, being key moment of the season, not only by the large number of spectators and fans, but because the teams have large engine and aerodynamic evolutions for the fifth round of the F1 world tour.

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FORMULA 1 Gran Prix of Spain PIRELLI 2014, will be held on May 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th in Barcelona-Catalunya circuit. The circuit of Barcelona – Catalunya,has been the stage of the Grand Prix of Spain without interruption for the last 24 years, and boasts one of the most complete and technical Automotives race circuits. In addition almost always accompanied with good weather. After passing through Shanghai, Formula 1 moves to the Barcelona-Cataluna circuit known as the circuit of Montmeló, 20 kilometres from the city of Barcelona. Australia, Malaysia, Bahrain and China hosted the first four Grand Prix of the season 2014. Now the season on European territory, with Barcelona as a header begins.

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The activity in Barcelona-Catalunya circuit will begin on Thursday, with the traditional visit to the pit-lane, 10-12 h and 16-19 h. During the afternoon, pilots will leave their boxes to sign autographs to the present spectators. This is an activity very well valued by fans since it allows them to approach the boxes of equipment and get autographs and photos of their idols in the F1 world.

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Activity on the track of Barcelona-Catalunya circuit will start from Friday.  F1 Schedules in the European territory will be regulars for all European circuits. Friday there will be two free practice sessions (10.00-11.30 h and 14.00-15.30 h), Saturday the third batch of free practice (11.00-12.00 h) and qualifying training (14.00-15.00 h), while on Sunday at 14.00 h will start Formula 1 Grand Prize of Spain Pirelli 2014, of 66 laps at the 4.655 meters of the circuit layout.

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For spectators Elf corner is among the best places to watch, as it is one of the track’s few overtaking opportunities. For the drivers it is the final two turns, known collectively as New Holland, which provide one of the biggest challenges of the season. A fast exit is essential in order to maximise speed down the start-finish straight into Elf.

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