Jerez MotoGP 2022

Jerez MotoGP 2022

The city of Jerez de la Frontera in southern Spain has become synonymous with motor cycle racing since it held the first Jerez Moto GP in 1987. Every year thousands of motor cyclists from all over Europe swarm to Jerez to attend this annual event which can accommodate upto 250,000 fans within the impressive Circuito de Jerez.

Spanish MotoGP in Jerez

Latest 2020 Race News

Jerez will host the Spanish Grand Prix on 19th July 2020 and the Grand Prix of Andalucía on 26th July 2020 if the Government allows it to do so.

Only around 1600 people will be in attendance to look after teams and provide TV coverage.

Getting to Jerez de la Frontera

Train services to Jerez operate from all over Spain whilst Jerez airport receives incoming domestic flights from all over Spain as well as a few international arrivals. Seville, Gibraltar and Malaga airports are other alternatives for international arrivals.

Jerez MotoGP Circuit

The Circuito de Jerez was built in 1986, originally to host the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix which has since moved to the Circuit de Catalunya just outside Barcelona. It remains a popular year round venue for both Formula 1 and MotoGP testing.

Jerez Moto GP at the Circuit de Jerez
Circuito de Jerez

Jerez Circuit: The circuit is 4,423 metres in length consisting of five left hand corners, eight right hand corners and short straights, a combination which has led to some very close finishes in recent years. Its range of grandstands provide excellent views of the race whilst the rest of the track’s facilities are of the highest standard making Jerez one of the best circuits of the championship.

Official Website: Circuito de Jerez-Ángel Nieto

Getting There: The track itself is located just 10km east of the city of Jerez on the road towards Arcos de la Frontera. Traffic congestion has long been a major problem as spectators get near the circuit but a dual carriageway now connects the Seville-Cadiz motorway exit with the track so the approach road to the circuit is much improved.

Special bus services also run from Jerez and taxis will take you close to the circuit but usually ask you to get out about 1km away to avoid getting stuck in the traffic.

At the last Spanish Motorcycle Grand Prix an estimated 100,000 people had arrived at the circuit before 8am so do bear this in mind when planning your visit.

Circuit de Jerez
Jerez MotoGP
Dani Pedrosa

Where to Stay

Hotels in Jerez: Accommodation in Jerez itself is nowhere near enough for the huge numbers arriving for this event so unless you book well in advance you should look further afield.

Hotels in Seville: Many fans choose to stay in Seville, some 95 km to the north, and drive down for the day but do allow for severe congestion on race day. On this route follow signs for the A4 toll road to Cadiz and take the exit for Arcos de la Frontera/Circuito de Velocidad at KM 78.5.

Hotels in Puerto de Santa Maria: Other race fans head for Puerto de Santa Maria and drive north on race day to this same motorway exit.

Jerez MotoGP Camping: The official Acampada Moto GP Jerez campsite is within the grounds of the Circuit de Jerez. Just a few minutes away and also within walking distance of the Jerez Circuit is the Acampada Motor Jerez campsite (CA-4103, 11400 Jerez de la Frontera). Both venues are very popular so advance bookings are required.

Jerez MotoGP Tickets

You can buy Jerez MotoGP tickets online from numerous websites. If you prefer to wait until you get there you might find some general admission tickets on sale at the circuit though all grandstand seats will be sold out and queues to get these few remaining tickets are horrendous. There are usually plenty touts around offering tickets outside the circuit.

Jerez MotoGP Winners

2020- Postponed
2019- Marc Márquez
2018- Marc Márquez
2017- Dani Pedrosa
2016- Valentino Rossi
2015- Jorge Lorenzo
2014- Marc Márquez
2013- Dani Pedrosa – Honda
2012- Casey Stoner – Honda

Jerez MotoGP Circuit

Other MotoGP Races in Spain

Catalunya MotoGP
The annual Catalunya MotoGP attracts huge crowds to the Circuit de Catalunya at Montmeló north of Barcelona and is one of the highlights of the motorcycling world championship.

Valencia Moto GP
The Valencia Moto GP attracts bikers from all over Europe to this 150,000 capacity Circuit de Valencia at Cheste.

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