It’s only fitting that Spain traditionally hosts MotoGP’s final round. A country that’s mad about motorbikes, the fourth and final Spanish race takes place at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo. The incredible stadium setup of the grandstands, with views stretching the entire circuit, lends itself perfectly to a fitting stage for the final race.
The 4km circuit is a racer’s dream. A long straight on which the bikes reach speeds of 337km/h, followed by hard braking zones and countless overtaking opportunities to lift the 150,000 fans to their feet. A uniquely Spanish atmosphere runs through the grandstands, as they cheer the likes of Marc Marquez, Maverick Viñales, Pol Espargaró and world champion Fabio Quartararo to victory. Moto2 and Moto3 also reach their conclusions, and the last chance for tomorrow’s stars to prove themselves on track.
Valencia could well be the race the championship is decided. And after a long, hard year of racing, Valencia is where the racing fans and riders will be celebrating. The historic town is renowned for its buzzing nightlife around mazing streets filled with bars, cafes and restaurants.