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bikerpaul1971 December 16th, 2015 09:23 AM

What is the best Spanish track to go to to watch MotoGP
 
i have the change to go to Spain for next season Moto GP and would like to know which track should i go to
Catalunya,Aragon or Valencia

Arrabbiata1 December 16th, 2015 09:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bikerpaul1971 (Post 394031)
i have the change to go to Spain for next season Moto GP and would like to know which track should i go to
Catalunya,Aragon or Valencia

Jerez

libby December 16th, 2015 09:55 PM

a mate of ours said Catalyuna :) ( dunno how you spell it)

levigarrett December 17th, 2015 12:46 AM

Laguna Seca. That's a Spanish name no?

shovelhead December 17th, 2015 05:24 PM

Catalunya is nice, great race and great city to visit.

Aragon is in the middle of nowhere

Valencia is always nice, but at the end of the season, if the championships are decided, it's not much of a race when there is not much to fight for.
Valencia is chilly in the am, nice in the afternoon.

Jerez is an awesome circuit, great weather.


For an all inclusive race/tourist, I would go with Catalunya, and Jerez close second

bikerpaul1971 December 18th, 2015 05:52 AM

Yes thats a good point. i did have my heart set to go to Valenciana for end of the season back as you said if its all sorted by then not going to be that good

Catalunya is looking favourite now :cool::cool:

danski April 29th, 2016 01:20 PM

I've been to Valencia many times and it's really good, well sorted track access and egress, good value catering, buzzing night in Cheste and some great bars in Valencia city, well recommended.


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