22-24 Oct 2021

International GT Open
Round 7
Barcelona Catalunya

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Start: 09:00
Construction began in 1989 and its completion took place in 1991. Later that year, the track was put into operation and began to host the Spanish Grand Prix on a permanent basis. The construction of the facility coincided with the planned Olympic Games in 1992. Where the track served as the start and finish of a road time trial.
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It is a place of unforgettable moments. It was here that one of the most important races took place. Competition between Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell. Both fought for 1st place at the 1991 Formula One World Championship for Drivers. In 1996, Michael Schumacher gained his first victory as a Ferrari driver. The track was the scene of two Formula 1 debut. During the Grand Prix, Pastor Maldonado had his first and only victory in 2012. The second recorded debut was the 2016 race, won by Max Verstappen. As a result, he became the youngest driver to win a race in F1 Grand Prix history.


We are pleased to announce that JP Motorsport will be participating in the future GT OPEN 2021 event.
According to the scheduled dates, the seventh event that awaits us is the race in the Montmeló on October 22-24, 2021.
Event format from The International GT Open:

Friday       10/22/2021: Free practice Sessions
Saturday  10/23/2021: Race 1
Sunday     10/24/2021: Race 2

More information will be available soon on the official GT OPEN website in the event calendar.



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Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

Name Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location Montmeló, Barcelona, Spain
Major events 1992 Summer Olympics, Formula One, Spanish Grand Prix, Moto GP, Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix, World RX of Spain.
Opened 1991
Circuit length 4.655 km
Turns 16