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- 12th January 2016, 12:33 at 12:33 pm #311344
Yes the turn 5 bridge is open, you have access to the inside of turn 1 around the glass building and up to the beginning of turn 3.
I’ve not come across this 10:00 to 13:15 access time but last year the circuit was open from at least 08:00 to past 18:00.
The standard ticket prices are €15 on weekdays and €20 on Saturday and Sunday.12th January 2016, 0:35 at 12:35 am #311328
Going to the second Barcelona test, return flights £66 from Bristol and a hotel in nearby Mollet for £34 per night seemed really good value.
I went last year and in 2013 and really enjoyed it, you have access around pretty much all the circuit and most of the grandstands. The circuit sits in a natural bowl so viewing is great, ideal for photography and filming, far better than Silverstone.
If you take a trip into Barcelona itself it’s well worth taking a walk around the picturesque old 1970’s Grand Prix Circuit in Montjuic park. It really is mind-blowing to imagine Jim Clark, Graham Hill, JYS, James Hunt, Niki Lauda and Tom Pryce racing around such a track at upwards of 160 mph, although you do get a few odd looks if you sit in the middle of the road to get a drivers’ eye view.2nd February 2014, 8:24 at 8:24 am #248461
10. Maldonado9th January 2014, 13:02 at 1:02 pm #247924
My Gran’s Ford Gay-A while I save up for a Smart Roadster Coupe (Gordon Murray uses one as his daily driver don’t you know!).17th November 2013, 14:37 at 2:37 pm #245394
I imagine Maldonado will probably be blamed for whatever this was