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Circuit de Catalunya is a racetrack in Montmeló, to the north of Barcelona, Catalonia. It is home to the Formula 1® Spanish Grand Prix™ and the MotoGP™ Catalan Motorcycle Grand Prix™. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit. It is often used for off-season testing.

Moto2 rider Luis Salom, in his Kalex Moto2, died at Circuit de Catalunya during a free practice session of the 2016 Catalan Motorcycle Grand Prix™ at the penultimate turn of what is the National Circuit in the game, prompting FIM to change the layout of the circuit to what is the GP Circuit in the game, the same layout for the Formula 1® Spanish Grand Prix™.

In Real Racing 3, players can only race on this track in events added after the Ferrari Update (v1.4). Players can race on Club CircuitNational Circuit, and GP Circuit.

This track was added in the Ferrari Update (v1.4) of October 2013.

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Variants

Club Circuit

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1.058 mi (1.703 km)

GP Circuit

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2.893 mi (4.656 km)

National Circuit

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1.907 mi (3.069 km)

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Driving recommendations (Speed, breaking points, G-forces...)

Trivia

  • Circuit de Catalunya was added with the first FERRARI update.

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