Circuito Guadix

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Circuito Guadix
Location Granada, Spain
Major events A1GP practice

Circuito Guadix is a motorsports facility located in Granada, Spain near the Sierra Nevada. The circuit was redesigned by Clive Greenhalgh and reopened in mid-January 2007. The facility can also be configured in two layouts (about 3.0km long) with a mix of slow, fast and multiple corners and a 750-metre main straight.

The circuit is used by many companies including Renault Motorsport, KTM, Superbike Magazine and 95% of all British Superbike factory teams.


  • A1 Grand Prix practice
  • FAA Campeonato Andalucia Automovilismo (Race meetings)
  • Neugrip (Bike Track Days)
  • Pedro Outon
  • Superbike Racing School
  • White Planet Cars (Car Track Days)
  • Trackdays Spain's Car Trackdays (every two months)
  • Historic F1 testing.


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Coordinates: 37°24′6″N 3°4′29″W / 37.40167°N 3.07472°W / 37.40167; -3.07472