2020 Spanish Grand Prix

Date - May 10th, 2020 Grand Prix of Spain at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona Spain. We offer 2020 F1 Spanish Grand Prix tickets and Travel packages to see the 2020 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix in Barecelona Spain including hotels, Spanish Grand Prix race tickets, hospitality options and VIP transfers. RESERVE NOW, space is limited.

Your 2020 Spanish Grand Prix Experience

Don’t miss this great event, 2020 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Spain in Barcelona, Spain where you can enjoy a great weekend and have lots of fun in this seaside city. As a USA based licensed Tour Operator, we have been providing travel packages and tickets to the F1 Spanish Grand Prix since 1982. The 2020 Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona is the second Grand Prix of the European season. There are lots of things to see and do in Barcelona, Spain with great restaurants and warm Spanish hospitality. We have been fortunate to secure the best Grand Prix seats at the Circuit de Cataluña in Barcelona, Spain. Watch all the Pit action and Big Screen and enjoy the protection of the covered Penthouse level or any other grandstand you would like to choose. We also have a great Spanish Grand Prix circuit hospitality option or spend the weekend in the Paddock Club. RESERVE now so you don’t miss the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix. Join us the previous weekend in Holland for the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix!

2020 Spanish Grand Prix Dates

Arrive Friday, May 8th and depart on Monday, May 11 2020.

Arrive Thursday, May 7th and depart on Monday, May 11 2020.

2020 Spanish Grand Prix package INCLUDES

  • Transportation between airport & hotel
  • Transportation between hotel & track on Saturday & Sunday
  • Accommodations for 3 nights at a 4 star hotel in central Barcelona (including taxes)
  • Gold section covered grandstand (or any seat of your choice) tickets for 3 days
  • Optional VIP Hospitality tickets
  • Official Grand Prix program

4 Star hotel in central Barcelona

4 Star

An elegant boutique hotel in the traditional architecture, this4Star hotel is centrally located close to the Ramblas and Plaza de Cataluña. With only 46 guestrooms and suites this property offers excellent guest services and facilities.

4Star Deluxe hotel near the ramblas

4 Star Deluxe

Only 25 minutes from the Barcelona Airport and 35 minutes from the track, the convenience of staying in central Barcelona makes for a great Grand Prix holiday.

Check with us for additional hotel options and availability

Click Below For Your 2020 Spanish Grand Prix Itinerary

Day 1 Optional: Arrive Thursday
Thursday, arrive and be greeted by the Grand Prix Club staff at the International Airport in Barcelona. Private transportation to your Hotel in central Barcelona where you can relax from your flight. Explore the nearby Ramblas area with its fine shops and great restaurants, have dinner out or in our hotel.

Day 1: Optional day 2 for Thursday arrivals.

Friday, breakfast at our Hotel and then depart on our private transfers to the Circuit. Spend the day watching two Formula 1 practice sessions plus support races from our great seats or visit the sites of Barcelona.  Private transfers for the return to our hotel in the afternoon. Dine at the hotel or at one of the many fine restaurants in town. Cocktails at our hotel.
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Day 2 or 3:
Saturday, breakfast at our Hotel and then departure on our exclusive private transfers to the Circuit for Formula 1 practice session plus qualifying. Lots of other track activity all day.  Private coach back to our hotel in Barcelona in the afternoon and your evening free..
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Day 3 or 4:
Sunday, breakfast and then off on our private transfers to the Grand Prix.  Private transfers returning to our hotel in the late afternoon and then enjoy your evening at one of the many fine restaurants.
(B)

Day 4 or 5:
Monday, breakfast and then off to the airport for your return trip.
(B)
(B) = breakfast

2020 Spanish Grand Prix 4 Day, 3 Night Options

Option A

4 Star Hotel
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Friday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - $2595 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy - $2195 Per Person

Option B

Deluxe 4 Star Hotel
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Friday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - $3195 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy - $2495 Per Person
Popular

Option C

5 Star Hotel ask us for details
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Friday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - Inquire for pricing
  • Double Occupancy - Inquire for Pricing

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2020 Spanish Grand Prix 5 Day, 4 Night Options

Option A

4 Star Hotel
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Thursday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - $3045 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy - $2495 Per Person

Option B

Deluxe 4 Star Hotel
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Thursday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - $3645 Per Person
  • Double Occupancy - $2795 Per Person
Popular

Option C

5 Star Hotel ask us for details
Including Gold Section Covered Grandstand Tickets
  • Thursday Arrival
  • Private VIP airport transfers
  • Private VIP track transfers
  • Single Occupancy - Inquire for pricing
  • Double Occupancy - Inquire for Pricing

Still have questions?


History brief of the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona

The Formula One Spanish Grand Prix is one of the most anticipated annual events in Spain. The race takes place each May at the Circuit de Catalunya just outside Barcelona. A Formula One Grand Prix weekend in Spain is hard to beat.

Spain has a long racing history, which stretches back to the early days of 1908 and 1909 when the Catalan Cup was staged on roads around Sitges, just outside Barcelona Jules Goux won back to back victories with little more in the way of safety equipment than a pair of goggles and a pair of leather gloves. The enthusiasm for racing led to the construction of a permanent track called Sitges-Terrama, which hosted the Spanish Grand Prix in 1923 but was abandoned immediately afterwards.

The circuit held its inaugural Formula One Grand Prix in 1969, but it’s last in 1975 was marked by tragedy. The 1975 Spanish Grand Prix was marked by tragedy. Two time  F1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi withdrew in protest before the start of the race, citing the circuit as dangerous (a feeling held by many drivers), and sadly he was proved right: on lap 26 Rolf Stommelen’s car skidded off the track, killing five spectators. Formula One never returned to Montjuic.

Throughout the 1980s the Spanish Grand Prix either took place in Jarama or Jerez, but in 1991 work finished on a new track just outside Barcelona, in Montmelo: the Circuit de Catalunya. The same year Formula One moved back to Catalonia where it has remained ever since, arriving one year before the 1992 Olympics..

Renamed the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in 2013, the track is seen as an all-round challenge with 16 corners of varying difficulty combined with long straights (although overtaking on the track is notoriously difficult). The current track is 2.9 miles long and the lap record is held by Kimi Räikkönen at 1 minute 21.67 seconds. Over the years the track has been kind to the British drivers, with Nigel Mansell winning in both 1991 and 1992, Damon Hill in 1994, more recently Jensen Button in 2009 and Lewis Hamilton in 2014 and 2017.

The Finns have certainly had their fair share of Formula One success in Barcelona too with Mika Häkkinen taking first on the podium in 1998-2000 and Kimi in 2005 and 2008. Naturally none other than Michael Schumacher himself had the most success on the Catalan Circuit with an impressive six victories.

Meanwhile, local favorite, Fernando Alonso became the first Spaniard to win the Spanish Grand Prix in 2006, matching that feat seven years later in 2013. Alonso also came 2nd in 2003 and 2005 and his home performances have helped make the race popular among the locals.

 Contact us today to find out about our special offers to attend the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. And inquire about a discount if book both the Spanish Grand Prix and Monaco Grand Prix together.

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