Circuito de Navarra is a motorsport race track that opened in June 2010 near Los Arcos in the Navarre region of Northern Spain. It is a 3.933 km (2.444 mi) permanent road course that hosts the Superleague Formula series and the FIA GT1 World Championship.[1] On 2–4 May 2014, it was the location of the second weekend of Acceleration 2014, a series of festivals combining top class car and bike racing with music and entertainment.

The circuit was inaugurated June 19, 2010 with the showing of the MotoGP Inmotec. Its first national test was held on 31 July.[citation needed]

In cycling, the circuit hosted the start of stage 16 of the 2017 Vuelta a España[2] and stage 12 of the 2019 Vuelta a España.[3]

In 2018, Navarra will hold the first of two Spanish rounds of the 24h series, with the other round being held in Barcelona.[citation needed]

On 9 March 2021; it was announced that Navarra round will host World SBK round on the dates of 20-22 August 2021.[4]

The official race lap records at the Circuito de Navarra are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Event
Grand Prix Circuit: 3.933 km
Superleague Formula 1:27.348 Frédéric Vervisch Panoz DP09 2010 Navarra Superleague Formula round
Auto GP 1:27.838[5] Edoardo Piscopo Lola B05/52 2010 Navarra Auto GP round
FA1 1:29.805[6] Nigel Melker Lola B05/52 2014 Acceleration at Navarra
GT1 1:37.027[7] Ricardo Zonta Lamborghini Murciélago LP670 R-SV 2010 FIA GT1 Navarra round
World SBK 1:37.065[8] Scott Redding Ducati Panigale V4 R 2021 Navarra World SBK round
GT3 1:39.402[9] Yelmer Buurman BMW Z4 (E89) GT3 2012 FIA GT1 Navarra round
Formula 4 1:39.652[10] Tatuus F4-T014 2017 Navarra F4 Spain round
World SSP 1:41.196[11] Dominique Aegerter Yamaha YZF-R6 2021 Navarra World SSP round

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