Round 4

Race of Spain


25 - 26 June

Location

Motorland Aragon

Distance

Race 1: 30min + 1 lap
Race 2: 25min + 1 lap

Length

5.345km

Motorland Aragon was a new addition to the WTCR calendar in 2020 and has remained on the schedule each season since. The 5.344km circuit, designed by Hermann Tilke, will host the fifth event of the year. The track 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. A long back straight into a tight left-hander will require stability under braking, while favourable weather conditions are expected in late June.

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Race of France 07 - 08 May
Race of Germany 26 - 28 May
Race of Hungary 11 - 12 June
Race of Spain 25 - 26 June
Race of Portugal 02 - 03 July
Race of Italy – Vallelunga 23 - 24 July
Race of Alsace 06 - 07 August
Race of Korea 08 - 09 October
Race of China 05 - 06 November
Race of Macau 18 - 20 November

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