Round 3

Race of Spain

10 - 11 July


Motorland Aragon


Race1: 10 laps (53.306km) Race 2: 12 laps (63.996km)



Motorland Aragon joined the WTCR calendar in 2020 to bring the condensed season to a close with an epic double header. The 5.344km circuit, designed by Hermann Tilke, is known for its aggressive surface, which puts stress particularly on the rear tyres. Its geographical position creates an undulating layout, with a tendency for sand to blow onto the track. From the start finish straight, the circuit rises to 50 metres at its highest point, before descending at Turns 8 and 9 into a sequence of corners.

The long back straight into a tight left-hander requires stability under braking – while being an excellent spot for overtaking. BRC Racing Team claimed Race 1’s pole position with Norbert Michelisz, while Gabriele Tarquini secured a podium finish in Race 3 in 2020.


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