Barcelona is known for its art and architecture, but on track at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya during the Spanish Grand Prix, Formula 1 drivers look to create a masterpiece of their own. F2 and F3 will provide support series action at the Spanish Grand Prix, as some of the bright stars of motor racing get set to impress on track. Taking place in the Catalonia capital during May, temperatures sizzle up to 26°C with most opting to combine a race weekend with a longer stay in the city. From exploring Gaudí’s stunning architecture to relaxing on the city’s many beaches after a ferocious weekend of racing, there’s something to keep everyone happy. When home hero Fernando Alonso is out on track, the Spanish fans come out in force to throw everything behind the two-time World Champion - and they are sure to do so again when he returns for the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix. And with Ferrari on the up, Carlos Sainz could be a contender to get a home podium, or even a maiden win in front of his home crowd.