About Circuito de Navarra

Circuito de Navarra, located near the town of Los Arcos, is a multi-discipline sporting complex featuring a 2.4 mile road course, half-mile karting circuit, skid pan, off-road area and superb facilities. 



Circuito de Navarra, located near the town of Los Arcos, is one of Spain’s leading motorsport venues. It features a 4km track that holds FIA Grade T1 and Grade 2 licences, allowing it to host Formula 1 tests and all race categories below Formula 1, and FIM Grade B standards, which enables racing up to World Superbikes. The main circuit has three configurations, two of which can be run simultaneously. There is also an impressive 800m karting circuit, skid pan area and off-road course.

Further to the track itself, Circuito de Navarra boasts outstanding facilities including 32 first-class pit garages, 17 hospitality suites and 27,500m² of asphalt paddock space, as well as spacious administration offices, a media centre and race event operations accommodation. A vast 3,500m² viewing terrace above the pits garages looks over the main straight and up to the magnificent 2,000m² hill top conference building, the Atalaya Centre, with spectacular views of the circuit complex and stunning surrounding countryside.

The circuit has held many prestigious race events in the past decade, including the FIA GT1 World Championship, Blancpain GT Series (now known as GT World Challenge Europe), the FIA European Truck Racing Championship and the World Superbike Championship.

A huge strength of Circuito de Navarra is the beautiful region itself, and its proximity to cities such as Pamplona and Logroño, and of course the neighbouring La Rioja region. The scenery, food, wine and hospitality is outstanding, and this provides a major attraction to those who come from outside of Navarra and indeed Spain.

Circuito de Navarra became part of the MotorSport Vision (MSV) group on 1 November 2022. Read more here.