|1. The track has a maximum gradient of 7%. It is right after the finish line.
2. It was in Barcelona that Michael Schumacher took his first win with Ferrari in 1996 after a dominant performance during a torrential rainstorm.
3. Racing Engineering’s Alexander Rossi finished on the podium in 2015 thanks to a third place in the feature GP2 race.
4. The Elf corner is the place favored by spectators because it offers a very good view of one of the best overtaking opportunities.
5. The main straight is one of the longest in the championship, with 1.047 meters.
6. To encourage overtaking and allow cars to enter the main straight very close to each other, a chicane was introduced into the stadium zone (corners 14 and 15) in 2007.
7. One of the key sections of the circuit is before reaching Turn 10 (La Caixa) because it is one of the few areas where you can overtake.
8. The section between the Elf and Renault corners is critical because it is necessary to keep a delicate balance between speed and control.
9. The circuit is built on top of a hill, since its layout adapts to the terrain, it has several sections with ups and downs, making interesting for both drivers and spectators.10. The Circuito de Cataluña is one of the most complete on the international scene, with a variety of corners. Making it not only interesting from a driving point of view, but also difficult to set up a car properly.